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Evangelism

Evangelism means different things to people of the present era of the church. To the Roman Catholic, evangelism means the extension of the Romish church to many lands and has as its objective the aggrandizement of the hierarchy and the enlargement of the number of “the faithful.” The means used to accomplish this end may […]

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Revival?

“Big revival sweeps Campus at Wheat­on College”, stated the first page head­line of the Chicago Daily News one day during the second week of February. Accompanied by several pictures of stu­dents giving a testimony, the news re­porter described the revival that was taking place at Wheaten. For thirty eight consecutive hours students filled the chapel […]

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Twenty-five Years Old

In the course of the next few weeks you can expect to; hear that the consist­ories of the Protestant Reformed churches in various areas will hold a formal observance of the twenty-fifth annivers­ary of the founding of our churches. This is indeed fitting and proper and we look for the interest of the young people […]

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Meeting the Challenge

In our editorial last month, we pointed out that the need for a Protestant Re­formed Seminary and Normal School building exists and that the need is an urgent one. We also mentioned that the young people of the Protestant Reformed churches can make a valuable contribu­tion to the erection of such an institu­tion. Since that […]

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An Urgent Need

There are times and situations which come about in the history of the church of Christ on earth when needs of various types arise. At times in the past, there has been the need for leadership to lead the church in the path of reformation. The need for funds in the deaconate during the depression […]

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Reformation Day

The end of the month of October is dis­tinguished, among other things, for the observance by churches with Reformed or Lutheran backgrounds of Reformation Day, a day marking the attack of Luther upon the evils of the Romish church. The history made by Luther and the Protes­tant churches is well known to every school boy […]

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Impressions

For some time there has been considerable interest in our circles about the Liberated Churches in the Netherlands. Although most of this interest has been shown by our parents who are able to under­stand the situation because of their knowledge of the Dutch language, nevertheless certain events have taken place in the circles of Pro­testant […]

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Youth and Calvinism

It was suggested to us that we write an editorial about a booklet which has been published by a group of people who call themselves “The Youth and Calvinism Group”. The title of the booklet which was released is “Youth Speaks on Cal­vinism” and it was written by a group of young men in Grand […]

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The M. I. T. Convocations

The recent assembly of notable men at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is of interest not only to the world at large but to the Christian, especially the young Christian who is in his college years. It is interesting because in this meeting, the leaders of our age were engaged in an interpreta­tion of the […]

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Letters

Every year about this time the staff of people responsible for the publication of Beacon Lights holds a meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss ways and means for producing a better maga­zine for our readers. At this meet­ing Beacon Lights really is taken apart piece-meal and every section of it is evaluated […]

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