Psychology & the Bible

By Randy Alcorn | September 1, 1993
In the evangelical churches of America, many people who do not know the meaning of “substitutionary atonement,” “sanctification,” “holiness” and “depravity” are becoming intimately acquainted with the meaning of “codependency,” “enabler,” “dysfunction” and “abuse.”

Do We Celebrate Diversity?

By Randy Alcorn | August 1, 1993
I submitted the following opinion piece to the Gresham Outlook in August of 1993. It wasn’t printed (no excerpts either). Because it reflects trends not just in my area but around the country, I’m including it here.

Gay March on Washington

By Washington Watch | July 26, 1993
Lesbian marchers filed past the White House, chanting "Chelsea, Chelsea!" Elsewhere, another lesbian group took up the cry: "10 percent is not enough! Recruit! Recruit! Recruit!"

Gay Rights As Seen by Some Homosexuals

By David Neff | July 19, 1993
In a special section of New Republic magazine. Andrew Sullivan and other gay writers called for an abandonment of the civil-rights approach

Does It Pay to Visit Vermin?

By John Piper | June 2, 1993
“Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world.” (James 1:27)

Jon Will's Aptitudes

By George F. Will | May 3, 1993
Jon has Down syndrome, a chromosomal defect involving varying degrees of mental retardation and physical abnormalities.

Helping the Poor and Homeless

By Randy Alcorn | March 18, 1993
A stubble-faced, leather-skinned vagrant approaches me and asks, “Can you spare some change?” It’s nothing new, but the last few years the faces have been getting younger, the requests more frequent and my responses less certain.