The Menace of Democracy

“Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat, and swallow a camel.” Undoubtedly, at the present time there seems to be no greater menace to the American way of life and hence to the American people than that of Communism.  Though its tactics and methods may change, its ideology still re-echoes Krushchev’s bold words, “We […]

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The Dilemma of Democracy

A perennial problem in almost any organization is the conflict that often arises between what is held to be principally right and practically advisable.  Churches, for example, face this issue when they deliberate about admitting into their fellowship members who had been divorced and remarried while still unchurched.  Principally it would seem not only that […]

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Democracy vs. Communism

Undoubtedly these words are very familiar to all of us.  Since Nazism has lost power, communism is our enemy. When we speak of communism and democracy we no longer mean that these represent two ideas of social life.  We refer to the power of each as modified and enforced by the two leading powers, United […]

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