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Cover Story

But can he win?

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Alan Keyes, the prophet-politician whose soaring oratory towers above all others, has a problem: Even some of his biggest boosters are wobbly on the question…

In this issue: "Alan Keyes: Can he win?," March 13, 1999

Features

March madness alert

By The Editors

National | In the NCAA tournament, the off-court drama is sometimes as intriguing as the heroism and competition on-court

The creed was greed

By Edward E. Plowman

National | Florida jury finds church leader Lyons guilty of theft and racketeering; next up, the federal trial

GOP abortion crackup?

By Bob Jones

National | California Republican battle over abortion is a microcosm of the division threatening the national party

Dispatches

News & Reviews

By The Editors

Blackmun, author of roe vs. wade, dies at 90 But his legacy lives On the eve of the 10th anniversary of his most famous legal ruling, 72-year-old Harry…

Quotables

My brother is another Judas Iscariot, except that, unlike the original Judas, he doesn't even have the courage to hang himself. Unabomber Ted Kaczynski,

Columnists

Mailbag

Unflattered Imitation is the highest form of flattery. However, there are some situations in which imitation is anything but flattering. As a married woman, I…

Ides of March

By Marvin Olasky

Begin early to prepare

Babylon, USA

By Timothy Lamer

Despair comes from not recognizing that this is not our home

We can see clearly now

By Joel Belz

Postmodernism's refreshing lack of pretense helps to show God in all His glory

Culture

Let's go to the replay

By Beth Impson

Culture | New and upcoming releases at the video store

Two cheers

By Terry Yount

Culture | The Grammy Awards program showcased women, glitz, and Psalm 40

Slaves of fashion

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Jeans, post-democracy, & other cultural buzz

Books: Realism, struggle, faith

By F. W. Baue

Books | Bret Lott's Jewel shows that a novelist can be both fully Christian and fully professional

As seen on television

By F. W. Baue

Culture | Oprah's discovery propels Christian author Bret Lott into the limelight with a pro-life work of fiction

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