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Issue of January 6, 1999

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___FAITH & HEALTH are mixing for an increasing number of patients, physicians and pastoral caregivers. Others struggle to find a deeper faith through times when healing does not come. Shown above are Southwestern Seminary professor Tommy Lea, Dallas Obstetrician/ gynecologist Margaret Christensen and cancer survivor Vicki McCrary of Dalas. (Photos by Melody Loggins, Morris Abernathy and Mark Wingfield)
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Can tattoos
spread the faith?
___More than a millennium after church authorities condemned tattooing as "a form of deviltry" that disfigured the body, a new generation of evangelical youth are permanently altering their bodies with images of crosses, sacred hearts and angels.
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