All Articles For Vol 49 Issue 21 9/15/1973

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This subject takes us into an arena. This arena is not for spectator sports, rather for battle. It’s not the nicest place to be. It spells out many harsh words between young people and their parents. It has caused division among brothers and sisters in the household of faith. Why? Because in the exercise of Christian liberty one Christian says no, and sometimes another says yes; and there is supposed to be a place for both within the church. And that on moral judgments. 

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A COMPUTERIZED ISAIAH  Higher critics have for a very long time insisted that the book of Isaiah was not written by one man, but by two or three. This idea has become rather generally accepted—even within Reformed circles. I recall an article several years ago in a Reformed periodical which defended this view.

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Apology. In the August issue of our magazine there appeared a contribution consisting of a rhymed version of the Ten Commandments. It was unsigned. Not only is it against our policy to place unsigned contributions, but it is also rude to the contributor. And I did not intend to be rude. I had thought that the copy submitted to our printer was clear; but inadvertently a signed letter which accompanied this little contribution was omitted from the Standard Bearer. The contributor was brother Thys Feenstra of Redlands, California.

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