Table of Contents

Cover Story

Slick meets Mrs. Willey

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Just as the nation was shrugging off the Monica Lewinsky story, Kathleen Willey stepped into America's living room. Even leaders of the reliably Democratic…

In this issue: "Clinton: Final straw?," March 28, 1998

Features

Tale of two churches

By Edward E. Plowman

National | Presbyterians, Methodists react differently to challenges posed by demands from gay activists

Fragile China

By Edward E. Plowman

International | After three-week religious-freedom tour, Clinton's mission leaders say handle Beijing with care

Who's calling the tune?

By Mindy Belz

International | NAE's World Relief receives more than 60 percent of its overseas budget from Uncle Sam and helps advance Washington's family-planning objectives. This raises…

Second thoughts: A doctor's conscience

By Mindy Belz

International | At least one physician is seeing the backlash to involuntary contraception. Marc Vatin practices obstetrics and gynecology and teaches at George Washington…

Age of innocence?

By R. Albert Mohler Jr.

Artswatch | Without moral limits, everything is art

Dispatches

This Week

Sorry, Bob Desperate for a lift in the waning days of her primary race in Illinois, Republican pro-abort Loleta Didrickson summoned Bob Dole to attack her…

Quotables

You're our newest winner. The American Family Publishers slogan that will no longer be used on the company's Dick Clark/Ed McMahon sweepstakes envelopes…

Reviews

Books: Authors talking shop

By F. W. Baue

Books | Religious novelists take hits from both sides

Not merely semantics

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Changing words does not change reality

Superstars and reality

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Rereleasing Jesus as mere superstar, superstars as mere humans, & other cultural buzz

<em>Titanic</em> chivalry

Titanic chivalry

By Doug Phillips

Culture | Forget the Academy's hype; Titanic of the silver screen missed the spiritual significance of the real heroes

Notebook

Religion Notes

Religion | Missing the jackpot Eighteen percent of men and women at America's rescue missions cite gambling as a cause of their homelessness, according to an informal…

Voices

Big-time mission

By Jay Grelen

An everyday man sees his diner as a mission field

Pray for conviction

By Marvin Olasky

True friends of Bill ask for a changed heart

Mailbag

Not leaving I enjoyed reading your profile on Dr. James Dobson and me ("Focus on a family feud," Feb. 28). Despite some of the profound differences I have…

Ominous silence

By Joel Belz

Sometimes it's better to have your whipping right now

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