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Westward Bound

August 26, 27 and 28. Are these dates of special significance to yon? We, in Hull, sincerely hope so. They mark the days of our Twelfth Annual Young People’s Convention to be held this year, D. V., in the great and vast West! Undoubtedly, various questions confront you concerning the Convention. Where will you stay, […]

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The Sovereign God

“For I know that the Lord is great, and that our Lord is above all gods. Whatsoever the Lord pleased that did he in heaven, in earth, in the seas, and all deep places.”—Psalm 135:5, 6.   Our purpose in desiring to write on the subject of God’s Sovereignty is that it is the basic […]

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The Queen’s Jest

The Queen’s Jest by Sallie Lee Bell, Published by Zondervan Publishing House. The Queen’s Jest is a novel of the time of Louis XVI of France. The setting of the greater part of the book is in Paris and Versailles, in and near the king’s palace. The story begins in the small village of Cressy […]

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The Military Mail Bag

Howdy Boys: Here we are once again with news from a couple of your comrades in arms. And was I ever glad to get some mail for a change. Last time I was beginning to get worried; thought you were going to let me down. You probably read it already in Concordia that Clarence Kooima […]

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The Homeward Trail

The Homeward Trail by Joyce Berggren, Published by Zondervan Publishing House. Our story begins in Minnesota. Gunnar Haldorson, his wife, Hildur, and their daughter, Christine, were natives of Sweden. They had arrived in America at New York and had moved in order from New York to Pittsburgh, to Chicago, and finally to Minnesota. Now Gunnar […]

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The Dignity of Labor

In our previous article we pointed out that men through the ages have pondered upon and struggled with the question of the basic motive and incentive to labor. Here the happy wit will interject that he has the problem completely solved: He labors for the cash. That is simple enough. To this we could counter […]

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Schuyler Writes

Is it proper to teach reformed doctrine in our Christian schools? In the May issue of Beacon Lights I answered a question submitted by Miss Diane Brummel, of the Esther Society of Fuller Ave. congregation, as to the place women have in our Protestant Reformed Mission work. In submitting this question she informed me that […]

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Dead Orthodoxy

I have a group of questions from a reader that I herewith answer in the order in which I received them. The first question reads: “Is there such a thing as dead orthodoxy?”   Answer: First the term “orthodoxy”. The word is from the Greek and means, “right opinion or doctrine.” I take it then, […]

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