All Premier Christianity articles in October 2000
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Youth recruits to Witchcraft
Up to 100 young people a month are enquiring about how to become witches, according to the Pagan Federation who say they are, at times, 'swamped' with calls from teenagers. However, in a development which many consider is strongly linked with female empowerment and billed by some as the successor to girl-power, little attention is being given to the dangerous occult links and dark side to 'witch-power'.
Leaders Who Listen
Many Christians are discovering that the command and control styles of leadership don’t produce churches at the cutting edge of reaching the postmodern world. But what sort of leadership do we need? In his first of four articles, Gerard Kelly, author of 'Getting a Grip on the Future without losing your hold on the past', argues that a listening ear is crucial.
The Human Genome Project
The completion of research into our genetic make-up became front-page news. But what is the Human Genome Project? John Bryant, Professor of Biological Sciences at Exeter University looks at the Project and its implications for Christians.