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August 9 1999, 1999
Volume 43, Number 9
August 9
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The Greatest Story Never Read
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What's in a Name?
Why we shouldn't call the Old Testament the 'Hebrew Scriptures.'
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Motus O uses the human body to reveal the soul.
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How Evil Became Cool
The Littleton killers were mirroring in grotesque action what the adult culture advocates in abstract concepts.