The Editors

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| Still pending, in spite of Zondervan's and IBS's withdrawal of plans to revise the NIV, is a series of journalistic ethics charges by the two groups against WORLD magazine.
by The Editors
Posted 6/14/97, 12:00 am

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Zondervan's view: Not serving the feminist agenda

National
by The Editors
Posted 4/19/97, 12:00 am

The Committee on Bible Translation is the decision-maker for the NIV, and sources within it speak to the accuracy of WORLD's account. Spokesmen for two other organizations with key roles did not point out any factual errors, but accused WORLD of misleading readers through a tone that, according to Jonathan Petersen, Zondervan's director of corporate affairs, "attempts to convey a conspiracy of evangelical Bible translation with radical social feminism."

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Sidebar: Presidential Prayer -- How should we then pray?

by The Editors
Posted 4/05/97, 12:00 am

When an evangelical encourages another evangelical to "pray for President Clinton," he usually does so after the other expresses some criticism of the president. The unspoken assumption is that there are only two legitimate courses of conduct and that they are mutually exclusive: supplication or reproof. In fact, the two are complementary. Yes, the Bible demands that we pray for our leaders as well as for other men.

But how do we pray?

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