C O N T E M P O R A R Y D O C U M E N T S
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- Abortion Quotes compiled by Sarah Terso
- Part I
- Part II
- Family Values: From Bogeyman to Bandwagon, by Gary Bauer, 1994: Dec., The Family Research Council.
- Can We Be Good Without God?"
by Chuck Colson, 1993: Jan., A Speech delivered at "Culture Wars:
The Battle Over Family Values", a seminar sponsored by the Shavino Institute
for National Leadership, Hillsdale College. Imprimis, v.22:no.4.
- Message of Mother Teresa of Calcutta... to the International Conference on Population and
Development, Cairo, September 5-13, 1994.
- Christian Soldier in a Secular City, by John D. Pickering. An article first published in the
Wasington Post , May 12, 1996, p. C1.
- The Road to Freedom, by
George Roache, . President, Hillsdale College. Speech given
at the 20th Ludwig von Mises Lecture Series. Imprimis,
- The Laughing Revival, George
O. Wood, 1995:Sept. General Council of the Assemblies of God,
U.S.A. [Pre-publication of article to be published in Advance .
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