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Catholic Action and Protestant Missions

From a missionary standpoint, Catholic Action poses a problem. The governments of younger nations are still in the infant state of free and democratic development. Political parties are numerous, and racial-religious pressure groups complicate every issue. In many of the newly independent countries it is not yet certain whether democracy as it is known in the […]

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Testimony of a Converted Japanese

The first Protestant missionaries ever to come to Japan were mostly from the U.S.A. When they came to this strange land of Buddhists and sun-worshippers they found no Christians. Today, 100 years after their arrival, one out of every 200 persons is a Christian. I agree, one half of one per cent is a small amount. […]

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Africa’s Challenge to Missions

PRESENT-DAY TURMOIL The continent of Africa is in deep turmoil. Revolutions, terrorism, hatred, and a rising militant nationalism are the order of the day, In fact the white man is continually being pushed out. This is often true of tho missionary as well as of business men, farmers, administrators and advisors. Fanatical religious-political groups have arisen to […]

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The Reformation Translation Fellowship

The Reformation Translation Fellowship has been at work 12 years, seeking to extend the fruits of the Reformed faith to Chinese-speaking peoples. If its success were to be measured by comparison, in money expended or in volume of output, with other areas of human effort, we must conclude that, while it has existed, it has hardly […]

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Dr. C. Van Til’s Visit to Formosa

The Rev. Dr. Cornelius Van Til of Westminster Theological Seminary and Dr. Gilbert Den Dulk of the Reformed Fellowship visited Formosa for one week from May 28th to June 4th, 1960. Of this visit an observer who has been on the Island for moro than a decade remarked, “God sent Dr. Van Til to Formosa […]

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