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Letter to the Editor

Dear brethren, Under “Voices” in The Banner of May 2, 1969 the following sentence is found, “I am sure that (the statement) is made without any proof or knowledge on the part of the writer.” I was reminded of this statement when I read in the article. “Work, Workers and Missions” by Richard Forbes in […]

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Letters to the Editor

Editor, TORCH AND TRUMPET Dear Sir: The article by Richard Forbes, “Work, Workers, and Missions,” is so false a report on the labor scene here in California that one can only wonder at the intelligence or motives of Mr. Forbes. The article is too long for a detailed reply, but a couple of central points […]

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Letter to the Editor

The Editor: TORCH AND TRUMPET Grand Rapids, Michigan Dear Sirs: It seems that an explanation is required for a lecture of mine published under the title “Reformation or Revolution” in the January issue of TORCH AND TRUMPET. Because of misunderstanding and faulty communication the article appeared in your journal without indication in a footnote that […]

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Letters to the Editor

To the editors of TORCH AND TRUMPET Dear Sirs: The article of Mr. Henry Hoeksema found in the November ’68 issue of your magazine prompts me to write a few words regarding the matter of protest. Of late, particularly the last couple of years, consistories and!or ministers of the Chr. Ref. Church have been receiving […]

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Sirs: Now that the subject of music has been broached in your magazine, allow me to say a word or two about it also. I don’t pretend to be any kind of an expert in music, but I do like to make a few comments regarding the latest edition of the Psalter Hymnal. In […]

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Letters to the Editor

96 E. Moreland Ave. Philadelphia, Pa. Dear Sirs, Although my schedule as a student at Westminster Seminary is a busy one, I want to take a few minutes to express to the editorial board of the TORCH AND TRUMPET my deep appreciation for and Christian joy in the Christian and reform-ing articles which have appeared […]

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Letters to the Editor

CRITICIZES TORCH AND TRUMPET FOR PLACING A. DE JONGE’S LETTER The Editorial Committee of Torch and Trumpet, Dear Brethren: As you know I have expressed serious criticism to one of your members for placing the letter of Mr. William A. De Jonge in the department “Letters to the Editor.” I am happy, indeed, that I […]

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Letters to the Editors

Editor, TORCH AND TRUMPET Dear Brother in Christ: The June 11 issue of De Wachter contains an article written by its editor commending the official prayer rendered by the World Council of Churches at its General Assembly meeting in Uppsala, Sweden this month. Apparently he sees nothing wrong with this prayer, having been in all […]

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April 3, 1968 Editorial Committee TORCH AND TRUMPET Breton Village Grand Rapids, Michigan 49506 Dear Editors: In my article “The Shadow of Ambiguity” appearing in the April issue of your valued magazine is an error that I am particularly eager to correct. The text as it appears carries undesirable overtones. I refer to the sentence […]

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