November / December 1993 Edition
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Contents for November/December, 1993:
- Professor Turns Firestorm into Platform for Christianity
- Dr. Jim Carper, associate professor of foundations of education at the University of South Carolina, applied a Christian principle to turn a course from "combatting" Christianity into a platform for evangelical thought.
- Tear Down the System (Part 2)
- J. Stanley Oakes, Jr., founder and director of Christian Leadership Ministries, continues his discussion of before Political Correctness. "Driven by a dream of a world engineered and managed by experts, the intelligentsia is utilizing the university to achieve their aims."
- Into the Exclusion Zone
- Dr. Cham Dallas, Associate Professor of Toxicology at the University of Georgia, led a team into the Exclusion Zone. This area contains the highest radioactive contamination following the world's worst nuclear disaster at Chernobyl. Dr. Dallas shares how Christian Leadership Ministries helped him combine his professional pursuits with spiritual ministry in this formerly closed area of the world.
- Christians 1, Lions 0
- When Christian faculty at the University of Michigan tried to place an ad in the campus paper, a face-off was sparked between the paper and professors. The faculty decided to take action. As a result the ad, including 62 names of faculty declaring belief in the resurrection of Jesus Christ, was in the paper before Easter.