Due to circumstances beyond my control, Rev. VanBaren’s article in the November 1 issue on “The Dutch Meet Dixie” was interrupted. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused. The conclusion of that article appears in this issue in the departmentExamining Ecumenicalism.
The “surprise” from the pen of Rev. C. Hanko which I promised in a previous issue appears for the first time in this issue. Every now and then you may expect a brief contribution of this kind under the same heading, “Come Ye Apart . . . And Rest A While.” I think you will enjoy these “Rest Areas.”
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