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Cover Story

The Pensacola Revival: Shaken or Stirred?

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | At 5:30 p.m., the church begins to rock. A hundred teenagers in the choir loft jump to their feet, clapping and dancing as they sing. The vast congregation…

In this issue: "Pensacola," Dec. 20, 1997

Features

Death on the march

By Les Sillars

National | Legal inaction, referendum push "mercy killing" to the fore

Dispatches

This Week

Open and shut cases Experts attending a week-long meeting of the National Transportation Safety Board in Baltimore did their best to convince conspiracy…

Quotables

I also worked very hard at jobs that were not necessarily related to what I was doing. And I tried very hard to do a really good a job-even if it was a man…

Reviews

Video: Lift your Ebenezer

By Pamela Johnson

Video | Hollywood has Christmas Caroled 15 times, rarely well

Film: Hoop nightmares

By Roy Maynard

Movies | The film that may have given a Kentucky teen a deadly idea

Books & Film: Order, chaos

By Roy Maynard

Books | Forget the The Postman movie; the book delivers

Culture Notes

Culture | In Brief "Beware Bill Gates." That was the message of media mogul Barry Diller of Home Shopping Network, as he warned peers and colaborers in the cable…

Notebook

Religion Notes

Religion | Canadian rift Bitter debate is raging in Canada's largest Protestant denomination, the United Church of Canada, over remarks by its moderator, Bill Phipps,

Voices

Mailbag

Drawing the line I must take exception to Paul Clewell's understanding of the proper Christian response to Yale's libertine dormitory policies ("Poison Ivy,"

Winter in Minnesota

By Margie Haack

Childhood memories: part of a Christmas inheritance

Word and flesh, both at once

By Joel Belz

And neither of them ever takes precedence over the other

Is God sovereign?

By Marvin Olasky

The key issue in Bible translation and church growth

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