Assessing Old Assumptions and New Realities in the USSR

By Russell Chandler. Now the fallout of new religious freedom has exposed the pent-up yearning for spirituality in the hearts of most of the Soviet people. They seem starved for morality, for integrity, for trustworthiness. The blustery old-line authority is wavering while the new guard is try


By Mark Belz. Trial lawyers disagree on many things, but on some basic principles there is virtual unanimity. One of these has to do with the cross-examination of a witness: never ask “one question too many.” Are we to take Christ’s teaching here seriously, to think radically, to act obediently or not? But perhaps 1 have now asked one question too many-or one too hard to deal with.