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How often the name Watergate has been used since 1973, would be impossible to estimate. It would be difficult to find people who are unaware of something that the name represents. It has been widely treated as the epitome of evil. The catalog of writings on the subject would he enormous. Now, however, there has […]

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Hermeneutical: Breakthrough or Bankruptcy?

History is studded with the harmful effects of self-interested pressure groups made effective by unthinking, indifferent and apathetic crowds. These groups often have no norm or absolute standard and are directed only by sell-interest. On April 11, 1978, we were treated to a demonstration by a pressure group within the church. The Committee for Women […]

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Schaeffer – Then and Now

Francis Schaeffer, in his own lifetime, has gained international fame and popularity. He provided a haven in the 1960‘s for many confused, disillusioned people, frustrated by decades of subjectivism and its results. The initial period of his work, the establishing of L‘Abri, for which he became world famous, has ended. This is an appropriate time […]

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Something For Nothing

Ever since sin entered the world it has been man’s desire to be able to possess without working, to get without giving, to eat without sweating. Evil men of every age have catered to this desire by way of promise, and that to gain power. The dictator has used it to control the masses. The longing […]

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Book Review: Gold from Golgotha

by R. Bradley Jones Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, Mich. $1.75 Gold from Golgotha is a reprint containing a series of sermons on the seven utterances of Christ on the cross. The Christian reader will be happy to find throughout the book the author’s clear testimony to his acceptance of the doctrine of inspiration, and of the […]

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