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Get Ready, Set, Married?

Get ready, set, what? Does marriage seem so far away that you don’t even think about preparing for it? You would like to be married some time (even though you wouldn’t tell any­one else)? You hope that it is God’s will that you marry? You want to marry the right way? Keep read­ing! So, you […]

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Witnessing in Athens

Jerry is beginning his third year of college. He grew up in the church, learned his catechism well, and did pretty good in high school. Despite his non­chalant appearance, he is often troubled by the many new situations he is now faced with in the University. The University atmosphere is altogether different from the church/home […]

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Spiders

Spiders are small animals that spin silk webs. They use their webs as nets to catch and eat insects. They can even catch insects that are bigger than themselves, such as a grasshopper. Many people are afraid of spiders, and kill any they find, but there are only six spiders in North America that can […]

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Mr. President

January 29, 1993   The President of the United States 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, D.C.   Mr. President, This past month you were installed as the 42nd president of the United States of America. You have been given the privilege from God to preside over the most powerful nation on the earth, an honorable and […]

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Christianity and Liberalism

“Christianity and Liberalism” by J. Gresham Machen. Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1990 reprint, J. G. Machen was the main fig­ure in the foundation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. This denomination was born in 1936, after Machen was cast out of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. He was cast out because he opposed the liberals […]

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Bagdad

Baghdad, the capital and largest city of Iraq, is a modern city about fifty miles south of the ancient city of Babylon. Baghdad is often considered to be a continuation of Babylon. Babylon was one of the greatest cities of the ancient world. It was founded on the Euphrates River by Nimrod “the mighty hunter,” […]

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Consistent Christianity

Consistent Christianity, by Michael C. Grif­fiths; Inter-Varsity Press; 126 pp There are many in the world today who are called Christians. The world watches these people very closely. The way in which a Christian con­ducts himself, therefore, is very important. In this book, Griffiths writes about the walk of the Chris­tian. He shows how our […]

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