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Cover Story

VeggieTales, VeggieSales

Cover Story | Who would have thought a Bible college dropout would find a way to get kids excited about vegetables? VeggieTales may not be leafy, but they are green:

In this issue: "Veggie Mania," Dec. 12, 1998

Features

Disposable children

By Roy Maynard

International | Ceaucescu is no longer a legitimate excuse; Romania continues to throw away its kids

Jail to the chief?

By Bob Jones

National | Some Republicans think Clinton should get a prison term-but after his presidential term

Dispatches

Quotables

I went from making a lot of money on a sitcom to making no money. Actress Ellen DeGeneres, complaining in the Los Angeles Times Magazine of mistreatment at…

This Week

Breathe deeply Oprah Winfrey is expanding her politically correct media empire. She's a partner in a new cable channel called Oxygen, which will debut in…

Reviews

Music: Real Christmas music

By Terry Yount

Music | Discovering unusual but authentic carols of faith

'Rats, pigs, and bugs

By Chris Stamper

Culture | The holiday kiddie flicks are in the theaters and here are three that are rated G

Cultural year in review

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | 1998 turns out to have been a lot like 1898

Voices

Mailbag

Shrugging along The shrugging of America ("America shrugged," Nov. 14) should not have caught evangelicals by surprise as it did. There was a precursor, and…

War of words

By Andrée Seu

Reason controlled by dark forces until it's harnessed by Christ

Triumph of the hyphen

By Joel Belz

But journalistic compromise is no time for jubilation

Editor's choice

By Marvin Olasky

A year-end look at favorite movies and books

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