1995 Winter


Feature Articles:

Zest for Zen: North Americans Embrace a Contemplative School of Buddhism by J. Isamu Yamamoto

The Shifting Focus in the Abortion Debate: Does the Humanity of the Unborn Matter Anymore? by Francis J. Beckwith

Psychology and the Church: Laying a Foundation for Discernment (Part 1) by Bob and Gretchen Passantino

What Think Ye of Rome?: The Catholic-Protestant Debate on Justification (Part 5) by Norman L. Geisler and Ralph E. Mackenzie

News Watch:

An Evening with Rodney Howard-Browne by Julia Duin

Effective Evangelism:

Discussing the Bible with New Agers (Part 2) by Elliot Miller

Book Reviews:

The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield reviewed by Paul C. Reisser

Surprised by Truth: Eleven Converts Give the Biblical and Historical Reasons for Becoming a Catholic edited by Patrick Madrid reviewed by Ralph E. MacKenzie


When the Salt Loses Its Savor by Douglas Groothuis