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Cover Story

Dutch treat

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | Just when you thought the country's medical ethics couldn't sink any lower, Holland's euthanasia juggernaut is now turning its attention to handicapped…

In this issue: "The Dutch culture of death," May 23, 1998

Features

The day of small things

By Mindy Belz

International | Small Christian political parties make some headway in the Dutch elections

Clinton on the couch

By Cal Thomas

National | The psychological profile of a philanderer

Making inroads?

By Roy Maynard

National | A Bible curriculum "we can live with"

Gates or bridges?

By Roy Maynard

National | In Virginia, an emotional debate over how Christians relate to public schools goes beyond theory

Dispatches

This Week

More than Vietnam The Millennium Bug is eating away at the American economy. That was the word at a Silicon Valley powwow at Stanford's Center for Economic…

Quotables

I haven't in all the years I've been here come across an incident like this. Debbie Larkin, spokeswoman for Hilton Hotels, on the San Francisco Hilton's cook…

Reviews

Books: Modern medievalist

By Roy Maynard

Books | Author lauds the Jews but disses the Bible

Christ and culture

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Does the church evangelize the world, or does the world evangelize the church?

Slaves of fashion

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Apocalypse without sin & other cultural buzz

Voices

Mailbag

God's race John 17:22 shows Jesus praying that believers will be unified as he is unified with the Father. This unity will begin with men like Mr. Inglis and…

Sabbath master

By Margie Haack

Learning to rest, knowing that God never does

Where are the teachers?

By Joel Belz

Society faces a shortage that will take a terrible toll

Honor the king

By Marvin Olasky

Journalists and evangelicals need to ask critical questions

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