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Cover Story

Rockwell rocks!

by Marvin Olasky

Cover Story | Fashionable art critics once had nothing but disdain for Norman Rockwell, labeling his idealized view of America as "Gee-Gosh-Shucksism." But Rockwell's work…

In this issue: "Rockwell's resurgence," Nov. 24, 2001

Features

Ryan's hope

By Susan Olasky

National | He was the size of a human hand when his parents adopted him, but now Ryan McMullen is a 3 1/2-year-old ball of energy

Shaking off the wigwam

National | How a Native American escaped his addiction-and is leading others out of the same bondage

Dark night of the soul

National | On a cruel April day, every parent's nightmare became our family's reality, but God had mercy on us

Dispatches

Quotables

The amount of money they were going to pay me and not knowing how I was going to perform ... that made it easy for me. Retiring St. Louis Cardinals slugger…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington

QuickTakes

By The Editors

SEEING RED: In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, the American Red Cross is coming under increasing scrutiny. The Washington Post's Gilbert Gaul and Mary Pat…

The Buzz

By The Editors

AT LEAST IT WASN'T TERRORISM: JUMBO JET'S APPARENT MECHANICAL FAILURE ENDS IN FIREBALL OVER QUEENS Oh, no...not again Holidays aren't supposed to start like…

Reviews

Thanksgiving treats

By Andrew Coffin

Culture | Look beyond the best-selling rentals for suitable family viewing

Voices

The national debt

By Joel Belz

Don't we at least owe God our attention?

Books-a-mile

By Marvin Olasky

History, art, theology, adventure, courage-and pandering

Building the church

By John Piper

What seems to us like defeat can become a great victory

Mailbag

Confused no more A few weeks ago I began learning about Islam at my public high school. My teachers left me quite confused as to what Muslims truly believe,

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