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Military Mailbag

Dear Fellows: Once again we start to write something for your section in Beacon Lights. This time we have a letter to bring to our readers. + + + + +   March 21, 1954 Dear Everett, Just a few lines to let you know that I am now receiving the Beacon Lights and enjoy […]

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Japan

Japan. . . . “The Open Door was closing fast in China.” That was the first sentence of a very important leng­thy article in Time magazine about Japan and MacArthur. In this opening sentence the writer took into account the serious situation of the Communist gains and threat in China in order to show the […]

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Japanese Fight Against Christianity

If one would ask a Japanese official in the army whether his race on the average felt any gratitude toward the Christian Missionaries he perhaps would answer by saying that these mission schools give Japanese officials a reliable opportunity to learn mathematics, sciences and foreign history — subjects considered vital in building a future world-conquering […]

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The Japanese Pavilion and Human Hypocrisy

The following story is quoted from the department entitled “The World Today”, prepared each week by the Rev. E. J. Tanis of Chicago, Illinois, for “The Banner”. It appeared in the issue for the week of Friday, January 9th, 1942, as an example of the deceitfulness of men. “The Japanese building in the New York […]

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