Great expectations, great choices

Krentz, Edgar
October 1996
Christian Century;10/30/96, Vol. 113 Issue 31, p1033
Focuses on naming the year 2001 as the beginning of a new Christian millennium. Social expectations; Destiny of Christians; Jesus Christ's significance for the present; Passages.


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