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The Untold Korea Story

The Untold Korea Story by Bob Pierce and Ken Anderson, published by Zondervan Publishing House The war in Korea has continued for some time now. We all know, of course, that the Korean peninsula is divided into two opposing forces, the U.N. sponsored South Korean Republic and Red-dominated North Korea. Communism has full control of […]

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Peace in a World of Strife

“And there were . . . shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night.” And lo! like a shaft of light pene­trating the darkness and halting among them, there stood an angel. The glory that radiated from him turned the night into the brightness of noonday. As their eyes became adjusted […]

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The Dove’s Progress

Such was the light-hearted heading of an article in Time about the latest peace moves. It has always been the familiar expression to refer to peace under the symbolism of the dove, When, how­ever, it appears over this article it seems to me that there is a bit of cynicism in it. One paragraph was […]

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Soldiers of Christ

Once again the young men of our coun­try are being called into the armed forces, and the youth of the church are faced with the prospect of participation in war. Accordingly the problem arises of the Christian’s attitude toward war and participation in it. The Korean situation has fluctuated continually. At times it has seemed […]

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This Dark Hour

This Dark Hour. When these lines reach you it will have become more certain what the outcome will be about Korea. It seems rather sure to me that we are facing a third world war, with Russia and China and very likely more of the Asiatic peoples as our enemies instead of our allies which […]

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Korea?

Korea? A question mark is placed after the word Korea. My purpose is to question what Korea means in our present day crisis. Does it mean a possible conclusive victory, or greater responsibilities and more commitments to defend? Many things are beyond our scope when our foreign policy is under discus­sion. We are in the […]

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Korea

Korea: The situation in the world has become very tense again because of fighting between north and south Korea. The northern part of Korea is under control of the Soviets, while the southern part was given the freedom to vote its demo­cratic government under protection of the United Nations and especially the United States. The […]

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