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Birth Control: What Must We Say About it?

Many a young couple goes into marriage not realizing the full responsibility of the relationship. They look at marriage and see roses and sunshine and all things good. What happens, then, when those young couples are faced with the question of having a child. Many say, we can’t afford one: our financial means are too […]

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Mercy

God . . . delighteth in Mercy. — Micah In the Pilgrim’s Progress we meet that beautiful young woman, Mercy, for the first time as she calls on Christiana of a “sun­shiny morning.” This section of the pil­grimage might be titled, A Morning Call and What Came of It. Christiana, in line with her calling […]

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Pitfalls of Pride

Pride. What is it and how is it expressed? How do others react to the quality of pride in a man? In the place of pride, what quality should we possess? We all know the definition of pride as “a high opinion of one’s own worth,” or “conceit.” This definition does not give us a […]

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Thanks to be Given

The dried leaves have all blown away and the trees now stand bare against the cold clouded sky. The flowers in all their beauty are gone and the grass no longer grows. The powerful heat of the radiant sun has cooled greatly so that the air re­mains chilled the whole day long. The clouds of […]

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The Admonition of the Christian Brother

Upon reading this title, the question may arise of what exactly is meant by “admoni­tion.” According to Webster’s Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary, the meaning of ad­monition is “the counsel or warning against fault or oversight.” When we admonish a brother or sister in the Lord, we tell him to repent of a sin which he […]

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The Calling of the Christian in Everyday Life

How often have you conceived of your everyday, possibly hum-drum life, as a calling from God? Possibly never. For most of us the work-a-day week is routine. It seems not to be directly associated with God’s work on this earth. Every day we get up at a particular time, grab a lunch, and books or […]

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The Theological Philosophy of Erasmus

Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam became, in the opinion of many, one of the greatest evangelists of the Christian humanism. For it is often said by many that he laid the eggs which Luther and Calvin hatched. This is what I will briefly write about, that is, his theological philosophy. Erasmus changed his prime directive in […]

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The Witness

What does it mean to be a witness? One who wishes to be a witness must have first-hand information. If one has second or third-hand information, then his witness will be unreliable. Let me use an example: If John, who has never met Jim, gives you a long account of what Jim said or did, […]

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The Literary Framework Theory

Does it matter to you if the Bible tells us how the world was created or just that it was created? If it does, the following article should bring your spiritual temper­ature to the boiling point. The following theory was surreptitiously taught to me while I attended classes in a Christian col­lege. Show your sensitivity […]

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