Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Going for the gold

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Mormons are mobilizing to turn this year's Winter Olympics in Utah into a public-relations extravaganza for their church

Cover Stories

Ye shall be as gods

by Marvin Olasky

Cover Story | A primer on Mormon theology

In this issue: "The Mormon Olympics," Feb. 16, 2002

Features

Double crossing?

By Chris Stamper

National | Global Crossing collapses amid fraud charges, the SEC hatches a helpful hoax, and JVC sees new life for VCRs

Buy, hold, sell

By Lynn Vincent

National | Kmart restocks its shelves, workers stick with their 401(k) plans, and Toys R Us closes 64 stores

Aiming at the axis

By Mindy Belz

International | The Bush administration turns its sights toward hostile regimes in Iran, Iraq, and North Korea

Dispatches

The Buzz

By The Editors

Pediatric group hails gay adoption; endorsement may affect legal disputes Destructive diagnosis The American Academy of Pediatrics now says moms or dads raise…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington

QuickTakes

By The Editors

OUT LAW: Roman Catholic Cardinal Bernard F. Law of the Archdiocese of Boston may have apologized for allowing known pedophiles to remain as priests, but…

Quotables

You can only afford decadence when there's affluence.... When a crisis like this happens, it reminds you that you can't afford to be just frivolous your…

Voices

Mailbag

In his hand We just wanted to let you know that on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, the Jan. 19 issue of WORLD, "Roe vs. Wade at 29," was displayed in front of…

Turning 50

By Andrée Seu

Listen hard, 30-year-olds

Sad day

By Marvin Olasky

More who once were trusted now are not

Word games

By Joel Belz

Why we cannot abide tinkering with the Word

Culture

Rediscovering the martial virtues

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Whatever happened to personal peace and affluence?

Wages of sin and virtue

By Andrew Coffin

Culture | Two films remind us that movies can do some things well

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