We would like to introduce a column in The Standard Bearer as a regular feature consisting of comment by our readers on articles that have appeared, or on issues that have been raised, in the magazine. Because brevity is the soul of wit and because space is limited, we ask that our correspondents keep their letters short. Like our regular writers, we are expected to exercise judgment and charity, using the power of the pen “to edification, and not to destruction,” as the apostle puts it in II Corinthians 13:10. The decision of the editorial committee whether a piece should be published will be final. Letters may be edited for publication. The Editor will not feel himself constrained to respond to every letter, whether he agrees or disagrees, since the purpose of the column is not public debate, but to hear from our people. Letters should be sent to the Editor, c/o the Protestant Reformed Seminary, 4949 Ivanrest Ave., Grandville, MI 49418.