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Cover Story

Life worth living

by Roy Maynard

Cover Story | The January 22, 1973, Roe vs. Wade ruling has been a death sentence for 30 million-plus preborn infants in the United States. For 24 years babies have died for…

In this issue: "Down Syndrome = Death Sentence?," Jan. 18, 1997


Snapshots of chaos

By Mindy Belz

International | Missionaries paint a desperate picture of war-torn Zaire

Britain's Clinton

By Cal Thomas

International | Labor leader Tony Blair hopes to copy Clinton's success

Post-abortion distress

By Susan Olasky

Special Issue | Even pro-choicers are seeing the pain is more than physical

That extra chromosome

By The Editors

Special Issue | Genes are the building blocks of the human body, which normally possesses 46 chromosomes in 23 pairs. Any irregularities in these microscopic materials have…

Do-it-yourself death

By Susan Olasky

Special Issue | RU-486 will bring psychological horror to pregnant women's homes



Some people say there's not enough generosity to take care of all needs; therefore, we need government. That proposition differs little from saying that if…

This Week

Land of liberty interests They camped out on the sidewalk between the Supreme Court building and the U.S. Capitol. On this cold January 8 predawn morning, a…



One life at a time Thank you for reminding us to get involved in people's lives and to build relationships that will last into eternity (&quotNo Little…

Words and actions

Consistency of the two gives integrity to our witness

Everyone's a crook

By Joel Belz

When filing your return is too complex, law-breaking is assured

The life of Katherine

By Nick Eicher

God, not circumstances, is the giver of life's "worth"


Beltway Books: Risk, rhetoric, facts

By Doug Bandow

Books | Books on why the environment is better than we think

TV & Film: Angels everywhere

By Pamela Johnson

Video | But some of these media angels are a lot lower than others

Culture Notes

Culture | Measuring the hits The entertainment industry is realizing that its ways of measuring the popularity of music recordings and TV shows has serious flaws.

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