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Infant Vision

“Newborn infants are incapable of visual focus; their eyes are likely to move in any direction and their motion is not coordinated. Strong light causes discomfort. By the end of a month babies begin to focus momentarily on objects and during the next two months they gradually develop greater skill and begin to recognize objects; […]

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God’s Workmanship

Ephesians 2:10: “For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.” Salvation is by grace alone. That theme has resounded through the ages within the church of Jesus Christ. It could be no other way. No dead sinner could save himself. […]

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. . . And Thou Shalt Love Thy Neighbor . . .

It has become fashionable nowadays to use the term “love thy neighbor” as an advertising pitch for all sorts of socially oriented organizations, from conservation groups to social welfare organizations. It is supposedly the duty of all men to love one another, better their economic condition and their earthly environment, thus making it a “better” […]

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Current Events and Comments

The daughter of Zion has rejoiced and the daughter of Jerusalem has shouted. Palm trees have been stripped of branches and coats have been laid for a carpet. “Hosanna! Blessed is He that cometh in the name of the Lord” were the shouts heard as one stood in the city of Jerusalem. Slowly, excited crowds […]

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Having been inspired by Bulgarian peasants wearing fox-skin caps like the caps Herodotus and Xerxes’ troops wore, Arnold J. Toynbee began The Study of History in 1922. In his study Toynbee distinguishes 21 civilizations and these grow by responding successfully to challenges under the leadership of creative minorities and decline when leaders fail to act […]

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Creation vs. Evolution Handbook

The Creation vs. Evolution Handbook By Thomas F. Heinze, Bake Book House, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1970; 79 pages, Paperback, $1.50. Mr. Heinze is a missionary in Italy for the Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society and formerly taught subjects related to the field of Science and Religion. As the title indicates the book is only a […]

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Realization

When morning comes And light shines on my face The dark dreams of night fade, I am put in my place – Put in my place to know What to do, to know who I am, and to face the day through. When hope nearly flees, And thoughts turn away, A beam of light breaks! […]

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