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Silence concerning Murray on Wesley in the UK I am a subscriber to the Standard Bearer. I find constant encouragement and support from the magazine, as also from the literature put out by the fellowship in Ballymena, Northern Ireland and from the books published by the RFPA. In the south of England, where I live and work, there is a scarcity of Reformed church life, although I am not disparaging the small fellowships with whom I huddle for comfort in this evil day. My letter concerns the editorial on Iain Murray’s book about John Wesley, “Wesley and Murray, Who Follows”...

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September 18, 1986 At the close of volume-year 62, the Board reports on its activities in the past year. We thank God for His faithfulness to us in continuing to allow the R.F.P.A. freely to publish the Standard Bearer. During the past year the Publication and Book Committee investigated new machinery to address the magazines. At our February meeting, the committee recommended that we purchase an Addressograph Electronic Addresser with a Direct Impression Printer. The Board approved this recommendation. The electronic addresser is a small computer which stores all our addresses on s2 floppy discs. The addresses can be sorted by...

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