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Cover Stories

TIANANMEN SQUARE: Clinton will return to the scene of the crime

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story Sidebar | The June 25 arrival of President Clinton in China marks the first time in almost a decade that a sitting president has stepped foot in China. Until now, U.S.

Cover Stories

Monster by day, mother by night

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | As new clouds rain on President Clinton's parade to the Beijing site where hundreds of Chinese students were massacred, Washington hears a new report about…

In this issue: "China’s one-child policy," June 27, 1998

Features

Out of the rubble

By Edward E. Plowman

National | Bandaged, bruised teens give thanks to God for preserving their lives in last month's church blast

Beyond the pews

By Edward E. Plowman

National | SBC affirms marriage blueprint, denounces cultural liberalism, and taps non-Baptist as keynoter

Religion Notes

National | Symons resigns Catholic bishop Joseph Keith Symons, 65, of the Palm Beach, Fla., diocese resigned this month after admitting he molested five boys in three…

Dispatches

Quotables

I may have overreacted. Judge Alexander Hunter, after his decision to jail a prospective juror was overturned. The judge ordered John Wichmann jailed after…

This Week

Polishing the Apple New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has won a three-year court battle with the sex industry. As a result, 150 of the city's 177 adult…

Reviews

Books: Jesus, King of the Jews

By Roy Maynard

Books | No. 1 evangelical bestseller mistakes anti-Semitism for Martin Luther's cry for Reformation

Filtering out morality

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | CyberPatrol software blocks pro-family sites but puts gay activists on the company's board

Nerds and rednecks

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Reinventing the left and other cultural buzz

Voices

Mailbag

Colson responds The gravest threat facing Americans today is the ruthless usurpation of legislative power by the courts. And the gravest threat facing…

Power or attorneys

By Janie B. Cheaney

Don't look now, but we're being shadowed

Let freedom ring

By Joel Belz

Will June 10, 1998, be remembered as a great moment in history?

Here's to you, Mr. Roosevelt

By Marvin Olasky

A nation needs to turn its eyes to a hero whose deeds more than match his words

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