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All Articles For Vol 42 Issue 16 5/15/1966

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2. Its Method and Result (cont’d). The facts available in the study of Scripture manuscripts do not warrant more than one author of Genesis. Nor does single authorship necessarily demand one single style of writing throughout. One author treating different subjects may very well reveal different styles appropriate to his themes. A university professor preparing a manuscript of a philosophy text-book writes in a style different from his successful efforts it poetry. A preacher’s pulpit style may be generally rhetorical, but his colloquial style, humorously practical.

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Although our title above is in error as far as the rules for capitalization are concerned, this title nevertheless is doctrinally, theologically and Scripturally correct. The rule for capitalization is that “all words in titles of books, periodicals; essays and the like, except particles of three letters or less; academic degrees and their abbreviations shall be capitalized.” And again, “Proper nouns, words used as proper nouns, and (generally) their derivatives used in the primary sense shall be capitalized.” 

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Following the ceremony in which the broken bread and the poured out wine is received by, the communicants, there are yet two things in which the church must take an active and conscious part before the commemoration of the death of the Lord is complete. The importance of this post-communion service must not be minimized, nor should it be omitted as though it were non-essential in instances where the Lord’s Supper is celebrated in both the worship services of a given Lord’s Day.

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