All Articles For Vol 53 Issue 06 12/15/1976

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We live today in an enlightened and wise age. Knowledge and wisdom have increased in recent times, as we see round about us. Every day we are assaulted with a barrage of man’s supposed knowledge and his profound wisdom. Most recently we have heard a great deal of political wisdom—most of it, I suspect, foolishness in reality. But this wisdom extends to every sphere of life, especially that of science, and more specifically to the area of the investigation of the origin of all things and of man.

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(Correction: I erroneously identified Dr. Konig, the theologian whose work I am currently criticizing. My South African correspondent wrote me: “There is only one matter in your article that needs correction, and I would like to point this out. Dr. Konig is a minister of the Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa (Die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk in Suid-Afrika—N.G.K.) and this has no links with Potchefstroom University which is connected with the Reformed Church in South Africa (Die Gereformeerde Kerk in Suid-Afrika) a completely different denomination.

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