Table of Contents

Cover Story

Femme fatale

by Susan Olasky

Cover Story | The feminist seduction of the evangelical church: The New International Version of the Bible--the best-selling English version in the world--is quietly going…

In this issue: "Stealth Bible," March 29, 1997


A pyramid pummeled: Albania's financial crisis

By Mindy Belz

International | Failed get-rich-quick schemes lead to anarchy then martial law; capitalist excesses threaten Eastern European freedom

The American way

By Bob Jones

National | Christian activists threaten boycott of gay-friendly airline

First Roe, now Doe: The legal facade crumbles

By Roy Maynard

National | Plaintiff in the other key 1973 abortion case, Doe vs. Bolton, publicly recants the false story the Supreme Court believed



POETRY IN SLOW MOTION. Hockey legend GORDIE HOWE, describing his return to professional hockey--albeit at the minor-league level--as a player at age 69. His…

This Week

The Papworth principle "Jesus said love your neighbor. He didn't say love Marks & Spencers." Thus saith John Papworth, a 75-year-old minister in the…


Polyester morality

By Joel Belz

Too bad for Mr. Clinton: God's moral fabric is a single piece of cloth

Overcoming death

Through God's grace, we can destroy this enemy


Musical mosaic makes America While I agree with Gene Edward Veith that country music offers us a glimpse at the soul of America ("Made in the U.S.A.," March…

Coverup, cliffhanger, crime

By Marvin Olasky

Telling journalists about God's Easter communication


Asian century

By Doug Bandow

Books | China and Japan are now the key economic players

Ideas live on

By George Grant

Books | Chilton left a rich legacy

Film: Sundance sundown

By Pamela Johnson

Culture | This year, independent films no better than Hollywood

Culture Notes

Culture | Better RATINGS? TV industry executives are now considering adding content descriptions to their system of rating programs. Under pressure from almost all…

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