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November/December 2002 Issue

New Medical Dilemmas: Six Christians Who've Struggled
By Marianne Meed Ward

Many Christians have personally struggled with the hard choices offered by new reproductive and genetic technologies. The cover article relates six such stories.

 


Also In This Issue

J.R.R. Tolkien: The Man Behind the Myth
By Kevin Miller

Seeking Tranquility: Evangelicals Are Realizing the Need for Spiritual Retreats
By Helena Smrcek and Karen Stiller

Theological Trail Blazers:
By Five Senior Canadian Theologians, Karen Stiller et. al.

Touching Kids and Community
By Nan McKenzie Kosawan

Youth "CRY"ing for Revival
By Josie Newman

Hate Bill Could Drag Believers and Scriptures into Court
By Tracy McLaughlin

Alpha Transforming Flin Flon
By Darlene Polachic

From the Editor: 
Playing God  By Gail Reid

Legal Landscape:
Same-sex Marriage?  By Bob Harvey

Religion Watch:
Responding to Satanism  By Jim Beverley

Things Hoped For:
Magic in Jesus' Name  By John Stackhouse Jr.

 

Other Articles
Nov/Dec 2002 Issue

Cover Story
Reproductive and Genetic Dilemmas

From the Editor
Playing God

Legal Lanscape
Same-sex Marriage?

Religion Watch
Responding to Satanism

Things Hoped For
Magic in Jesus' Name

 

   
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