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A short but to-the-point contribution entitled “…..AND FAMILY”, signed by Bernard T. Haan, is found in the August, 1942 issue of the “Young Calvinist”. It deals with a problem that is painfully evident in many of our church services. To let the article speak for itself, we quote the following portions: “What a contrary and […]

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A Federation of Presbyterian and Reformed Church

Under this title one finds a brief article written by the Reverend Edwin H. Rian, a minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian denomination, in “The Banner” for the week of Friday, February 13th, 1942. Out of fairness to the writer we must emphasize, as he also does, the fact that this article is not written by […]

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The Japanese Pavilion and Human Hypocrisy

The following story is quoted from the department entitled “The World Today”, prepared each week by the Rev. E. J. Tanis of Chicago, Illinois, for “The Banner”. It appeared in the issue for the week of Friday, January 9th, 1942, as an example of the deceitfulness of men. “The Japanese building in the New York […]

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What May We Believe to be True

Now that war has been declared by our government we are again faced with the difficult problem of finding out just what we may be­lieve of all the reports that circu­late amongst us. Certain we are that much of that which appears in print and is heard by way of the radio as “war-news” is […]

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The Standard Bearer on Life’s Report on Army Morale

Much space has been devoted in various publications of late con­cerning the problem of the morale of our armed forces. All of us realize the importance of this fac­tor in an organization like our Army. Courage, enthusiasm, and zeal are extremely necessary to military success. In the issue of August 18th, last, “Life“, famous pictorial […]

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An Article for Readers Who Cannot Read

This article is for readers who cannot read. That statement may arouse various reactions. To some it may sound rude, but rest assured that it is not meant to be. To others it may sound like a contradiction in terms, but it is not. To still others it may arouse disgust that the editors of […]

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