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Some Thoughts on the Aftermath of Peace

Part I Did you have a brother, a husband, a very close friend or if you are a parent did you have a son who spent time in the service of Vietnam during the past 10 years of the United States’ involvement in the conflict? Did they come back safely? Did you pray many times […]

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Three Letters From Prison

Three Letters From Prison By john H. Schaal Baker Book House, 149 pages, $2.95 Three Letters From Prison by John H. Schaal is a book written about three of the letters which Paul wrote while in prison, Ephesians, Philippians, and Philemon. The book is divided into sixteen lessons, each of which is followed by a […]

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Schuiler Writes

Is it proper to teach reformed doctrine in our Christian schools? In the May issue of Beacon Lights I answered a question submitted by Miss Diane Brummel, of the Esther Society of Fuller Ave. congregation, as to the place women have in our Protestant Reformed Mission work. In submitting this question she informed me that […]

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Trait and Trend

Trait and Trend …. Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm; it moves stones, it charms both the heart and the mind. Nothing great was ever accomplished without it. Enthusiasm—its presence and effect— its glowing warmth and lively zest vivid­ly marked the wonderful beginning for a successful year of society activity which was made during the […]

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Our Open Forum

It had almost seemed as if our Open Forum, where the readers air their views, had quietly passed out of existence.  In fact, the few spurts of life that it showed in the past hardly merited the right to say that it had begun to live and breathe.  But we kept courage just the same.  […]

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