Table of Contents

Cover Story

Get real

by Chris Stamper

Cover Story | Master of reality fiction, acclaimed author Larry Woiwode has found Christ, but can he find an audience?

In this issue: "Larry Woiwode: By the book," July 4, 1998

Features

Publishing, perishing

By F. W. Baue

Economy | Both Christian and secular publishers are giving in to the same economic pressures

Dispatches

This Week

Win a few, lose a few Moderates and conservatives won some and lost some important issues and votes in their most recent showdown with liberals at the 210th…

Quotables

They're nice. But you see the English drinking, and they drink a lot. It could heat up. Mohammed Abdel-Loubab, 15, of Toulouse, France, the morning after…

Columnists

Mailbag

Farris responds, too The first thing to realize in the debate over the Religious Liberty Protection Act (RLPA) is that this is a disagreement among friends-an…

Feet of clay

By Marvin Olasky

Bill Clinton's 19th-century predecessor

The drive to arrive

An immigrant's 4th of July commitment to America

Mountaintop experience

By Joel Belz

The Appalachian Trail is both under- and overrated

Getting too real?

By Gene Edward Veith

How far is too far for a Christian writer?

Culture

Books: Pomo-evangelicals

Books | Theologians as wannabe postmodernists

Literary microbrews

By George Grant

Culture | Small presses have some of the best books

A movie for X-philes

By Chris Stamper

Culture | A big-screen underachiever, more questions without good answers, and other cultural buzz

Reviews: The evolving door

By Roy Maynard

Museums | Books on evolution show the debate over our origins didn't end with the famous Scopes trial

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