This month, we remember the Reform­ation. On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his ninety-five thesis on the church door at Wittenberg. You all know much of the history of that event and those events which followed. We all know right away that the sale of indulgences was one of the issues; that a monk […]

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Editorial Comments-October 1977

Beacon Lights is now in its 36th year of publication. It has continued to shed its beacon of light on the paths of our Protestant Reformed young people. Each month approximately 750 issues are mailed. The bulk of these are sent to subscribers in the United States. It is sent as far west as Australia […]

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Editorial Notes June/July 1977

In this issue (June/July 1977) there are three articles which deal with the Bible. The Editorial, dealing with our use of the Bible during the summer months: Rev. George Lubbers in “Pastor’s Study” deals with the literal symbolical ‘‘question”; and Jessica Poortinga in “Current Events and Com­ments” deals with finding proof texts from memory. The […]

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