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Cover Story

Morning terrors

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | If Dec. 7, 1941, is a day that will live in infamy, Sept. 11, 2001, is a day that will live in reruns. Like the attack on Pearl Harbor, death and destruction…

In this issue: "9/11," Sept. 22, 2001

Features

'This channel will not be seen today'

By Gene Edward Veith

9/11 | When an enemy assaulted their country, Americans turned serious. The latest vile "reality TV show," Love Cruise: The Maiden Voyage, was all set to premier the…

Terror, Inc.

By Mindy Belz

9/11 | They have failed so many times. But they are patient. 1999. Abu Nasir, a 27-year-old from Bangladesh, entered India with the intent to bomb U.S. diplomatic…

We are the world

By Mindy Belz

9/11 | As news of the terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C., made its way quickly around the world, reaction both public and personal carried a…

'This is a crime scene'

By Tim Graham

9/11 | The aftermath of the attack on the Pentagon

'God bless America'

By Edward E. Plowman

9/11 | Pastoral staffers at Trinity (Episcopal) Church Wall Street were leading prayers and hymns for terrified and shocked passers-by when the first tower at the…

Airport security: 'A porous system'

By Lynn Vincent

9/11 | How could terrorists take over so many airplanes at the same time? How could they murder or incapacitate four cockpit crews nearly simultaneously? How could a…

Voices

Sinflation

By Joel Belz

Wickedness always carries a big price tag

Loving our enemies

By John Piper

But governments are not always called to turn the other cheek

9/11

By Marvin Olasky

If we call, God will answer

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