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Cover Story

End of the beginning

End of the beginning

by Lynn Vincent

Cover Story | Denied "the reasoned attention" her case deserved, Terri Schiavo reaches the end of her life as a watershed debate over euthanasia begins

In this issue: "Terri Schiavo: In memoriam," April 9, 2005

Features

Spelling it out

By Lynn Vincent

Medicine | Schiavo case shows the need for very specific advance directives

Rogue state

By Mark Bergin

Law | Euthanasia advocates celebrate Oregon as a nationwide model

Apostasy rules

Apostasy rules

By Mindy Belz

Jordan | King Abdullah cuts a tolerant figure, but converts know better

Devotion quotient

By Priya Abraham

Africa | Revival in Eritrea only increases the probability of persecution

Frites de liberté

Frites de liberté

By Mark Bergin

Europe | Many in France are fried about President Bush

Call waiting

Call waiting

By Jamie Dean

Abortion | A new hotline tries to cool down a rising abortion rate in Florida

Victims of their own choice

Victims of their own choice

By Lynn Vincent

Abortion | A growing number of women are speaking up about the crippling effects abortion had on their bodies, hearts, and spirits

Strangers & pilgrims

By Marvin Olasky

Interview | Presbyterian pastor Glenn Parkinson on how Christians can be a blessing to America

Dispatches

Quotables

By The Editors

"I don't think I'd be home today without Johnnie." O.J. Simpson on defense attorney Johnnie Cochran, who died last week of an inoperable brain tumor at age…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

By The Editors

Aggressive artist Some artists wait their entire lives to see their work displayed in major museums. A British "graffiti artist" who goes by the name Banksy…

Fear and hate

By Hugh Hewitt

For anti-Christian propagandists in the media no big lie is too big and no exaggeration too bold

The Buzz

By The Editors

Terri Schiavo A 15-year battle over Terri Schiavo's life ended with her death at 9:03 a.m. on March 31. Mrs. Schiavo, 41, had been without food or water for…

Reviews

Millions

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | Two young brothers deal with the loss of their mother and an unexpected cash windfall

Melinda and Melinda

Melinda and Melinda

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | Woody Allen may not have all the answers, but he does ask some of the right questions

Blind Justice

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | Fictional detective Jim Dunbar overcomes blindness to solve cases using his other senses

Bestselling CDs

By The Editors

Notable CDs | The five bestselling "electronic" albums according to Billboard, March 26

Notebook

All the wrong moves

By John Dawson

Sports | Former Ohio State star Maurice Clarett may not be taken in the NFL draft

Shock treatment

By Chris Stamper

Technology | Immersion Corp. wins $90.7 million verdict against Sony

Voices

Failure at the finish line

Failure at the finish line

By Joel Belz

The Schiavo case exposed even her defenders as practicing secularists

Death defiance

Death defiance

By Gene Edward Veith

Christians should face the reality of evil with resistance, compassion, hope, and restoration

A rock and a hard place

A rock and a hard place

By Andrée Seu

Democratic leaders try to oppose abortion even as they support it

The royal treatment

The royal treatment

By Marvin Olasky

Education privileges would not just be for the few under Trent Franks's tax credit bill

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters, feedback, etc.

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