“I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth” (3 John 1:4).



NGJ Magazine: July 1996

NGJ Magazine:
July 1996

Volume 2, Number 5

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Table of Contents

The Folly of Fairness

Michael Pearl

There is a universal tendency to try to make life fair. We tend to think of legislated fairness as equality, when in fact it is inequality. This is so ingrained in us that we equate fairness with justice.

Tying Strings Beards

Michael Pearl

Last week when I was mildly suffering from loss of a wisdom tooth, I drifted down to where some of the saints were playing volley ball.

Herbs—Physician, Heal Thyself

Michael Pearl

Debi has always written the article on Herbs, but she has requested that I, her most recent patient, extol the virtues of her healing skills.

An Idea We Tabled

An Idea We Tabled

Michael Pearl

Until recently, our family didn’t sit down at a table, we sat down at a continent.

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