Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Donna Rice Hughes: A prayer for Monica

by Bob Jones

Cover Story Sidebar | By January 20, Monica Lewinsky's world was in a shambles. Her picture was in every newspaper, her name on every morning show. Millions of people who had never…

Cover Stories

Clinton On The Brink

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Monica Lewinsky is the talk of the pols and the press in Washington, but out in the country, the "who-cares" factor is settling in-providing what one…

In this issue: "Clinton: Under seige," Feb. 6, 1998

Features

Su casa es mi casa

By Mindy Belz

International | As the pope visited Cuba, Castro used the occasion to close thriving, numerous Protestant casas culto, house churches

The walk, the march

By Bob Jones

National | Scandal outrated pro-life coverage, but who gets last laugh?

Dispatches

This Week

Less is Mir Mir Aimal Kasi, who murdered two CIA employees outside the agency's headquarters five years ago, was sentenced to death by a Fairfax County…

Quotables

I have bad eyes. Singer JAMES BROWN, 64, explaining to The Chronicle of Augusta, Ga., his medicinal use of a "little tiny bit" of marijuana. He was arrested…

Reviews

Queen of cyberspace

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Monica Lewinsky, Matt Drudge, and other cultural buzz

Music: Records of our time

By Arsenio Orteza

Music | Some top-selling music proves we are what we listen to

Film: Lowered expectations

By Roy Maynard

Movies | Hollywood just doesn't understand Charles Dickens's novel

Culture Notes

Culture | Surely the media aren't biased Television networks that pride themselves on pushing the envelope on controversial issues drew the line at Mother Teresa. Each…

Books: The doomed artist

By F. W. Baue

Books | Book on some of country music's greats shows tragic flaws

Voices

Mailbag

Fresh air Steve Camp's call for reformation in the contemporary Christian music industry is a breath of fresh air. As parents, we have seen how profoundly CCM…

Gossip or news?

By Marvin Olasky

Examining the public consequences of private actions

The federal husband

Bringing to life a misunderstood word

Part-time obedience

By Joel Belz

The public/private split doesn't fit in God's scheme of things

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