FILTER BY:

Some Thoughts on the Aftermath of Peace

Part I Did you have a brother, a husband, a very close friend or if you are a parent did you have a son who spent time in the service of Vietnam during the past 10 years of the United States’ involvement in the conflict? Did they come back safely? Did you pray many times […]

Continue reading

A New Topic

Dear Mark, In answer to an article written by Roger Kamphuis in the August-September issue of Beacon Lights, I would like to present a few suggestions on the subject of the war in Vietnam. It was mentioned that “we as Protestant Reformed people must not support the war in Vietnam.” I would point out that […]

Continue reading

A New Topic

Dear Mark, As I was reading in the last issue of Beacon Lights, I came across an article written by you. I believe the title was “A New Topic”; I have a few comments to make on this, so here follows what I have to say. It is true that the Bible speaks of wars […]

Continue reading

A New Topic

How should a Christian view the political, legal, and moral aspects of the war in Viet­nam? Since the subject has been much dis­cussed and written about, there is a wealth of information that can be used as back­ground for an article. In connection with this, it would be wise to re-read Tim Pipe’s fine article, […]

Continue reading

Is the War in Vietnam a Just War?

This question, which involves our position in Vietnam and the many peripheral ques­tions have been main topics of discussion over the past several years. Because this situation has so closely affected all of our lives it does not lack in public opinion. For example, those who can remember the Korean and the Second World War, […]

Continue reading