Heat Stroke

October 2004
Christianity Today;Oct2004, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p26
Discusses issues concerning global warming. Efforts in the U.S. to address the problem of global warming; Effects of global warming; Call on Christians to support programs which aimed to solve global warming.


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