Table of Contents

Cover Story

Putting Kyoto on ice

Cover Story | Economists are estimating the costs of the United Nations' global warming treaty, and the numbers are startling. In the Third World, slowing economic progress…

In this issue: "Putting Kyoto on ice," Aug. 8, 1998

Features

A century of C.S. Lewis

By Cal Thomas

International | Remembering England's great apologist

Fellow nonbelievers

By R. Albert Mohler

National | Liberal theologian now a critic of liberalism

Religion Notes

National | Close the Bible The Nebraska Supreme Court overturned the sentence of a man who pleaded guilty last summer to sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy he met in…

Dispatches

Quotables

I have few racial identification problems. Nor do I need anyone telling me who I am. I am a man. A black man. An American. Supreme Court Justice Clarence…

This Week

Hoping against hope Some people played hooky from work to get an 80.1 million-to-1 chance at a slice of the Powerball jackpot that swelled last week to $250…

Reviews

Books: Rockefeller's angles

By Roy Maynard

Books | The capitalist espoused Christianity and didn't like competition

Books: Black hats, white hats

By F. W. Baue

Books | Oprah picks a trite, bigoted, badly written book

Professor Death

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Princeton hires a pro-death ethicist vilified by the rest of the world

Heroism? Ask a veteran

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Spielberg salutes the World War II generation, and other cultural buzz

Voices

Mailbag

Truly beautiful Thank you for the timely article on Larry Woiwode ("Get real," July 4/11). I'm right in the middle of Born Brothers and have just finished…

He must be kidding

By William H. Smith

Can God really mean what he says?

Two-front war

By Joel Belz

Believers need to know the enemy is outside-and inside

Classic westerns

By Marvin Olasky

The AFI showed contempt for clean pictures with red blood

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