Table of Contents

Cover Story

Campaigning from the closet

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | It's not what you might think. In contests between straight Republicans and gay Democrats, it's the Republicans who are hiding in the closet. Openly lesbian…

In this issue: "Campaigning from the closet," Sept. 19, 1998

Features

Slowing the growth of population control

By Mindy Belz

International | Even some religious agencies supportive of population control are backing an effort in Congress to take some money out of the hands of pro-abortion…

Religion Notes

National | Who affirms what? U.S. teens who attended religious services in the previous week were more likely than their counterparts to live with both biological…

Laying down the law

By Edward E. Plowman

National | United Methodists' highest court puts a stop to homosexual marriage ceremonies

Sin and silence

By R. Albert Mohler Jr.

National | The constitutional issues are for Congress, yes, but the theological issues belong to the church

Beginning of the end?

By Cal Thomas

National | Lieberman's speech may be the first of many

Nice guys finish first

By The Editors

National | Watching two exceptional characters rewrite baseball history

A weaning year?

By Mindy Belz

International | World Relief wants off the dole

Dispatches

Quotables

Who can you trust if you can't trust your vicar? Church of England member Louise Talbot on vicar Roy Hibbert, who last week was orderedjailed for nine months…

This Week

Signed, sealed, delivered Breakfast at the White House on Sept. 9 didn't go well. Like a child caught with his hand in the cookie jar, President Clinton…

Reviews

Books: Postmodern children

By Roy Maynard

Books | Raising kids with the help of diverse paradigms

Then everybody dies

By Chris Stamper

Culture | A faithful dwarf and other cultural buzz

Books: Redemptive fiction

By F. W. Baue

Books | An apocalyptic novel that combines Sci-Fi, the western, and allegory transcends its flaws

Monarchists at heart

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Without the virtues necessary for self-government, people love to be ruled

Voices

Mailbag

Y2K opportunity I appreciated your voice of spiritual reason about this Y2K issue ("A Y2K scare-nario," Aug. 22). Your call for careful thinking about what we…

Y2K prairie fire?

By Marvin Olasky

Christians should embrace neither panic nor denial

Psalm 32 revisited

By William H. Smith

What if David were a baby boomer?

From manuscript to Mac

By Joel Belz

A brief history of printing

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