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We are redeemed! Redeemed we are, from all iniquity; redeemed, because Christ gave himself for us; redeemed, in order that He might purify unto Himself a people, zealous of good works! Such is the beautiful content of the fourteenth verse of the second chapter of Paul’s epistle to Titus, his own son after the common faith and fellow-laborer. Redeemed! What is, dear reader, redemption? It is the being bought, ransomed, delivered through the payment of a price. From that point of view our redemption is the most important single aspect of our salvation. For the very word redemption reaches down...

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A word of introduction regarding the title of this article may not be out of place. The reader will notice that it is not entirely correct, and perhaps somewhat confusing, to speak of “The Evil of the Modern Movie.” The expression may leave the impression that not all movies, but merely the modern movies are evil, and as such to be avoided. In the first place, the movie itself is a comparatively modern invention and institution. And while we are perfectly aware of the fact that the movie-camera itself is not an evil thing, it is also very evident that...

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