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Cover Stories

Family ties and political allegiance

by Bob Jones

Cover Story Sidebar | Ellen Craswell is a sort of patron saint to conservative voters across the state of Washington. Against all odds, she captured the 1996 Republican nomination…

Cover Stories

Autumn of their contentment

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Republicans can thank President Clinton for bringing to an end the GOP's Summer of Discontent. In the dicey days after James Dobson threatened to bolt the…

In this issue: "Clinton unites conservatives," Oct. 10, 1998


Blair-ing trumpets

By Roy Maynard

International | in London - A significant minority (significant in that the bartender was among them) growled at the visage of Bill Clinton on the telly; it had been on all…

Jubilee politics

By Mindy Belz

International | International debt forgiveness moves from biblical injunction to fashion statement

Three biblical priorities

By John Piper

National | The truth about leadership.

A biblical impeachment

By John Piper

National | Why President Clinton should resign

Common grace?

By Nick Eicher

National | Sosa finishes second, but to his hurricane-stricken countrymen, Sammy will always be No. 1



Who knows who's destined to do what? Only God has that answer. New York Yankees reliever Mike Stanton, asked whether the Yanks were "destined" to win the…

This Week

Up, up, and away? Will planes fall out of the sky because of the Year 2000 bug? Probably not, but if the Federal Aviation Administration lives up to skeptics'



Postmodern church I thoroughly enjoyed your article, "Just gimme that postmodern religion" (Sept. 12). It is disturbing how close the resemblance is between…

A tough call

By Marvin Olasky

Are advertising pages a forum?

A culture of death

Why abortion's slippery slope proved true

Presidential privilege

By Joel Belz

The threshold for removal is low because the office is high


Yearning for content

By Chris Stamper

Culture | A much-hyped 'zine and other cultural buzz

Running off the censors

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | A few good reasons that sitcom viewers are more likely to be Democrats than Republicans

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