All Articles For Vol 54 Issue 13 4/1/1978

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The “Homosexual Battle”  One would be inclined to ignore what can only be a very sickening and deplorable development within many churches today. One would tend to insist that when Scripture so clearly condemns a thing, we simply remember what Scripture says—and pretend that these evils do not exist. That Scripture condemns homosexuality is indeed so clear that even the most ardent heretic in this regard does not dispute it.

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“We believe, that we ought diligently and circumspectly to discern from the Word of God which is the true Church, since all sects which are in the world assume to themselves the name of the Church. But we speak not here of hypocrites, who are mixed in the Church with the good, yet are not of the Church, though externally in it; but we say that the body and communion of the true Church must be distinguished from all sects, who call themselves the Church.

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According to literature furnished in part by one of our readers and in part by my colleague, Prof. Hanko, there is pending before the United States Senate a “Labor Reform Act.” The House of Representatives approved this bill last October. Originally I was informed that the Senate would vote on it in February; and therefore I did not write about the matter, thinking it was too late to publish anything before the vote. Now, however, the vote has been delayed; and perhaps it will be delayed long enough for you to write to your senators and express your opposition and...

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