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Who Kills Christ Now?

On Nov. 20, 1964, the last day of the third session of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council in Rome, the highest legislative and representative body of the Roman Catholic Church, by the overwhelming vote of 1893 to 99, approved of a document condemning “hatred and persecutions of Jews.” The controversial declaration, which absolved Jews of […]

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Salvation on the Campus

“Tom looked like a bum when he came home for Christmas.  His clothes were filthy, he was wearing a mandarin beard and his hair hadn’t been cut since September.” The above title and paragraph are quoted from an article from Harper’s magazine, written by J. Glenn Gray.  Mr. Gray is a professor at Colorado College […]

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Peace on Earth?

Peace on Earth? “If the atom bomb should fall tomorrow on the world, it will be because you quarreled with your neighbor today.” The foregoing quotation was made by the Revered Father Dominique Georges Pire, a Belgian priest, who received the Novel Peace Prize in 1958, and who has since founded The Heart Open to […]

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Esperanto

In this so-called “missile age” in which we live today, one finds that the world seems to become smaller and smaller as the ease of communication becomes less difficult. Time no longer holds the same meaning which it did a hundred years ago. It is now possible to breakfast in London, lunch in New York, […]

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Holiday Reflections

HOLIDAY REFLECTIONS The question must always come at last, What have you left when Christmas is past? When the glitter of tinsel and wreath are gone, What have you left when the day moves on? Christian young people, what have we left? Once again another Christmas season has past by into eternity. The most festive […]

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The Charismatic Movement

THE CHARISMATIC MOVEMENT “And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues;” Mark 16:17 In the last three or four years, hundreds of ministers and thousands of laymen in nearly every Protestant denomination in the United States have been taking part in […]

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