September 1983

Cover Story

Reflections on moral obligation.

Feature

Developing an agenda for reversing the arms race
Discipleship as evangelism.
North Americans pray on the Nicaragua- Honduras border
A letter from the dump.
New hope 10 years after the coup.
Reflections on North American liberation.

Columns

Henry Kissinger has probably inflicted more suffering than any public official in U.S. history.
His speech was smoother than butter, yet war was in his heart; His words were softer than oil, yet they were drawn swords. --Psalm 55:21
The highlight of the day was the presentation of a large eviction notice to our nation's number-one recipient of public housing: Ronald Reagan.

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