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Cover Stories

This is progress?

by Cal Thomas

Cover Story Sidebar | Mass murder in our age of "enlightenment"

Cover Stories

'They just hated'

by Lynn Vincent

Cover Story | The high-school massacre in Colorado marks the latest-and most vicious and deadly-student attack in the public schools since the December 1997 murders in…

In this issue: "Chaos in Colorado," May 1, 1999


Lost in the haze

By Lynn Vincent

National | Pot revolutionaries forget to read the fine print

Gary's Gamble

By Bob Jones

National | If Gary Bauer-shrewd, practical Washington political operative that he is-were a betting man, it's doubtful he'd be behind a longshot presidential candidate.



It's not like what it used to be in the 1940s, the '50s, and '60s, when they had some values. Principles. Family morals. Today it just seems like so much of…

News & Reviews

By The Editors

Infanticide | u.s.-russia relations deteriorate further as war drags on A chill in the air There was no spring thaw in relations between the United States and Russia,



Billions of tiny bugs Thank you for your balanced look at the Y2K bug ("Surviving the Y2K panic," April 3). Many people regard the "Y2K bug" as a single large…

Babel's tower

By Janie B. Cheaney

The dream of International Community still lives

A bull's-eye God

By Joel Belz

He insists on being at the center of our existence

Three types of press

By Marvin Olasky

Our goal: Not amoral, not merely moral, but biblical


Books: The fictional Antichrist

By F. W. Baue

Books | Does Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins's bestseller reduce Christianity to a comic book?

Science and religion

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Despite evidence of God's creation, the newest worldview may be closer to paganism than to the Bible

Amusing ourselves

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Entertainment and the Internet have eclipsed the steel industry and the stock market

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