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Can Haiti Be Revived?
The struggle for justice receives a boost from Christian ministries.
Inner City Renaissance: Helping the Poor Help Themselves
As economic development initiatives sweep the country, some evangelical churches are showing the way.
Back to the Future?
President Clinton and Republican-dominated Congress face fresh struggles over family-values agenda.
Conservative Christians in the Cross Hairs
The IRS denies that ministries and nonprofits are unfairly targeted.
News Briefs: November 14, 1994
1990 In Review: Exit Communism, Apartheid
Pro-Life Leaders Say 1986 Has Been a Very Good Year
More and more are coming to regard abortion as a violation of the civil rights of the unborn.
Africa: Still in Need of Daily Bread
Jerry Nims: Backing Books from the Religious Right
The Evangelical Closet
RFRA: Cases Test Religious Freedom Limits
New Cases Test Limits of Religious Freedom
Bankruptcy Tithe Exemption Sought
The Cost of Discipleship?
Despite allegations of abuse of authority, the International Churches of Christ expands rapidly.
Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen talks about reclaiming feminism
Why Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen does not want to give up on a perfectly good word.
Conservatives Gain Upper Hand

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Marilynne Robinson’s Latest Novel Probes Predestination and Grace
Marilynne Robinson’s Latest Novel Probes the Mysteries of Predestination and Grace
Jack Boughton, the wayward pastor’s son, is a central character. So is Jesus.

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