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Cover Story

Worldview warehouse

by Gene Edward Veith

Cover Story | Vacationing Americans who visit museums across the country this summer will find more virtual experiences than objective facts. But far from being mere…

In this issue: "Worldview warehouses," July 17, 1999

Features

Professor Death

By J. Budziszewski

National | New Princeton ethicist holds shocking views, but no one should be surprised by his appointment

What does God know?

By Edward E. Plowman

National | And when does He know it? Baptist denomination debates, but arrives on the other side of sovereignty

Appalachian flail

By Cal Thomas

National | Clinton's anti-poverty photo-op is not about solutions; it's about preserving the power of big government

Dispatches

Quotables

It's really Christianity that's our biggest obstacle. Benjamin Smith, the white supremacist who murdered two and wounded nine before turning a gun on himself…

News & Reviews

By The Editors

UN approves ambitious new depopulation plan UNderpopulated Pro-abortion groups and feminist organizations got more than they dreamed of last week when the…

Reviews

Rocking for life

By Lynn Vincent

Culture | With painted nails, tattoos, and an eyebrow ring, Bryan Kemper brings pro-life message to the MTV crowd

Death and taxes

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Remembering a man who sharpened mainstream culture; how withholding gave birth to "take-home" pay, increasing government's "take"; and other cultural buzz

Voices

Mailbag

Hurdlers wanted Kudos to Joel Belz for highlighting a profound tension in missions today ("Not to be served," June 12). It may be most visible in medical…

Who's the seeker?

By William H. Smith

The focus of worship should be God, not man

Full-strength church

By Joel Belz

How to set priorities, from hardball politics to church softball

Reasonable risks

By Marvin Olasky

InnerChange is a bold attempt to stop prison's revolving door

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