All Articles For Vol 30 Issue 02 10/15/1953

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When discussing the organization of the Church of God during the first centuries of the New Dispen­sation (we discuss, of course, the organization of the Church when we call attention to the bishops and the bishop of Rome), we realize that the Presbyterian form of church government is the only conception of church government which is in harmony with the Scriptures. And this is also the Reformed conception.

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It is evident that no Christian can possibly take such an oath, in which he swears that fidelity to the union shall be held sacred above all other allegiance in society, church, or state. Nor is it possible blindly to swear obedience to the commands of the union, wheth­er they concern strikes or boycotts or any other ac­tivity, to which the Christian would pledge himself by taking this oath.

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