Table of Contents

Cover Story

Clinton's last dance?

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | President Clinton tangoed as his lawyers danced around the facts that now occupy center stage in his Senate impeachment trial. But will their fancy footwork…

In this issue: "Justice to the Chief," Jan. 23, 1999

Features

Life in a war zone

By Mindy Belz

International | A year's worth of missionary dispatches from Uganda illustrates the challenges of spreading the gospel

Hitting the jackpot

National | Gambling forces found their lucky number in South Carolina and look to replicate their political success

Dispatches

Quotables

I'm an old-fashioned guy who believes marriage should last until one of you quits breathing. Gary Chapman, in People magazine, on his separation from wife Amy…

This Week

We're all on trial On the eve of the Senate trial of President Clinton, why is that body, and the larger body politic, having such a difficult time with this…

Reviews

Books: Life is like basketball

By Beth Impson

Books | Michael Jordan and Bill Bradley go for the net

TV & Film: Debating homosexuality

By J. Budziszewski

Television | A television debater refutes the arguments

Disposable realities

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Pass the remote and other cultural buzz

Ministry or vocation?

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Public reaction to the possible divorce of Amy Grant and Gary Chapman shows confusion

Voices

Mailbag

Old news The cover story, "Shouting down Christians?" (Dec. 19), was one of the most disturbing articles I have read in weeks. How was I to know that 26 years…

What else is new?

By Andrée Seu

Not much for those who live their lives under the sun

Know thyself

By Joel Belz

You might enjoy looking in WORLD's family mirror

Reader requests

By Marvin Olasky

Appalled, baffled, ravenous, sullen? Read on

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