2004 Volume: 27 Number: 3
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Featured in This Issue:
Darkening Our Minds: The Problem of Pornography among Christians
The problem of pornography has reached epidemic proportions, not only in secular society but also in the church. How harmful is pornography to those who indulge, and what can they do to break free of its hold?
Is Belief in Jesus Necessary? The Answer to Religious Inclusivism
Christian inclusivists maintain that it is not necessary to believe in Jesus to be saved by Him. Their view eliminates the problem of what happens to the unevangelized, but it has one stubborn problem: it’s not biblical
Was the Fall Necessary? Second Nephi 2 in the Book of Mormon
In the Book of Mormon, 2 Nephi 2:25 proclaims, “Adam fell that men might be; and men are, that they might have joy.” As a representation of Mormon revelation, how does this teaching stand up under logical, moral, and biblical scrutiny?
Also in This Issue:
The Mass Media’s Quest for the Historical Jesus…Facts for Skeptics of the New Testament…A Summary Critique of A Matrix of Meanings…Christians, Politics, and Strategic Voting…Who Are the “Sons of God” in Genesis 6?…Why Does God Allow Bad Things to Happen to Good People?