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November 1980

 

Recommended Reading

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Wordview

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You Can Have a Healthy Heart

Life-style centers across the country are engaging in a new dimension of treatment for heart disease that is of vital importance.

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Theistic Evolution

Accommodation between traditional Biblical concepts and scientific hypotheses of origins requires major reinterpretations of Scripture.

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Troubling Texts

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Spectator or Participator?

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Love is Not Apethetic

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The Bible and Bingo

Even churches seem to have been infected with the spreading disease of gambling. The implications should be unsettling to Christians.

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How to stop believing in a fairy-tale ministry

A couple discover that happiness can be found in facing the here and now, rather than hoping for a happily-ever-after someday.

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What teenagers want from their pastor

An open letter from a 16-year-old to pastors.

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Man's first full day

The Sabbath, as a sign of the creation of the world, can have meaning for us only if it is first of all a sign of our "new creation." It then becomes an acknowledgment of our redemption and of God's sovereign power over us.

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Awe—an essential of worship

God is a gracious, loving Father, but He is not to be treated with familiarity as a "good Buddy." The more clearly we understand His character, the more awe we will feel.

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What's the big idea?

Where does a preacher get sermon ideas? And what does he do with the ideas once he gets them?

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How do you say "Hello"?

An informative tabloid can introduce your church to people who might otherwise never think of you at all.

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Putting conversion into focus

The goal of Christian preaching and teaching should not be an experience with God, but God Himself, however He chooses to reveal Himself. A series of ecstatic encounters with God is not particularly characteristic of new life in Christ.

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The apostle Paul's unpublished letter

The recent find of a hitherto unknown papyrus in the archives of an anonymous monastery seems destined to have a greater impact on contemporary attitudes toward ministry than upon New Testament scholarship.

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