Table of Contents

Cover Story

A war too far

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | Air strike diplomacy tries to be surgical, but-with American soldiers captured, U.S.-Russia relations on ice, and ethnic Albanians in Kosovo on the run-the…

In this issue: "Kosovo: What's next?," April 10, 1999

Features

Terror in China

By Cal Thomas

International | Family's plight highlights human-rights abuses

Methodists say no

By Edward E. Plowman

National | Fractured denomination rules against Chicago pastor who performed same-sex unions

... And how to fight back

By Roy Maynard

National | The defeat of one "domestic partner" plan provides a blueprint for social conservatives

How homosexuals fight

By Lynn Vincent

National | Activists co-opt language of the civil-rights movement and seek to "use talk to muddy the moral waters"

Dispatches

Quotables

At some point you have to do something good with your life. God didn't seem particularly impressed with my collection of cars and motorcycles. He's not an…

News & Reviews

By The Editors

For America, the jury is still out Dr. Death gets his verdict Dr. Jack Kevorkian got what he wanted, and now he doesn't want it anymore. Last November, when…

Reviews

The search for shame

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Genres, generations, and generosity get old

Books: Postmodern Puritans

By Janie B. Cheaney

Books | Historical mystery can't fathom Christianity

Tossing the last taboo

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Psychologists hail the benefits of pederasty

Voices

Mailbag

Beyond tough talk Alan Keyes is not a prophet ("But can he win?" March 13). He is, however, a political candidate from the same mold of candidates that…

Going home

By Andrée Seu

Lessons learned on the road of life

Good cop, bad cop

By Joel Belz

But you can't just call yourself a good cop

Who is a widow?

By Marvin Olasky

Applying the spirit of the law to a new class of orphans

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