Snapshots from a culture war
Less than a week in the nation's capital and many of the currents of national debates were evident in the eddies on the edges of the debate.
While inaugural events were prepared and held, small skirmishes over freedom of speech, right to life, and righteousness took place on the borders of the flowing current of President Clinton's second assent to the throne and, two days latter, the 23rd annual March fot Life attended by more than 100,000 people.
Page 15Their quiver's full
Three families who have trusted God for the formation of their families share about the troubles and triumphs they've experienced along the way. Meet Dr. Roger Congdon, Bible college professor, who, with his wife, has twelve children and 34 grandchildren. Then there is Bob and Marty Carpenter, a couple who controlled their fertility until God convicted them of their need to trust Him with their family makeup. And Darrell and Connie Neet, parents to ten gifts from God.
Should Christian couples use birth control?
Three conservative pastors wrestle with the question and offer some insight into the rationale for and against birth control. Scriptural principles and an examination of the original language of the Bible may help you to decide where you fall in the birth control debate.
|LIFE ADVOCATE, March 1997|