Tag Archives: God’s Plans

Darwin’s Grandson: No Need For God

A brilliant array of scholars responded to the beckoning of the University of Chicago for its Darwin Centennial Celebration, and the resulting galaxy of science celebrities was perhaps the most memorable feature of the gathering. Numbered among approximately 2,500 attendants … Continue reading

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The Evolution Theory

As taught in our public schools today, the Organic Theory of Evolution accounts for the origin of mankind as follows: “Life on this planet originated several billion years ago, when electrical disturbances caused reactions to occur in the chemicals of … Continue reading

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Inspiration Is Reaffirmed

In the Urbana ‘76 convention’s first major address, John W. Alexander, laid the foundations for the program which followed. He emphasized his belief that the Bible “is the infallible revelation of the infallible God—which means that it is entirely trustworthy … Continue reading

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Social Implications of The Gospel

When the International Congress on World Evangelization met at Lausanne in 1974, it stressed the social implications of the gospel as well as man’s personal need to trust Christ. In one of the major conference addresses, Sr. Michael Creen said, … Continue reading

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Phenomenon of 1970s

For the first time in United States history, most major church denominations stopped growing and began to shrink—except the conservative denominations! Census of churches reveal that conservative bodies invariably move to the top of any growth listings, while National Council … Continue reading

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Past Attempts At Unification

Hal Lindsay (Author, Prophecy Teacher) has stated in the past: It is interesting to see in history how men have attempted to put together the Old Roman Empire. Charlemagne tried to do this in A. D. 800. His “Roman Empire” … Continue reading

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Prophecy of European Union

Dr. Walter Hallstein, former president of the European Economic Community said: “Three phases of the European unification are to be noted. First, the customs union, second, the economic union, third, the political union … what we have created on the … Continue reading

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Europe’s Call For a Leader

Several years ago, Belgium’s Premier, P. H. Spock made a statement in the newspaper: “The truth is that the method of international committees has failed. What we need is a person, someone of the highest order of great energy. “Let … Continue reading

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An Old Dividing Line

The Euphrates River is about 1,800 miles long, one thousand feet to one mile at some points wide, and is on the average 57 feet deep, For a long time, this river was a formidable barrier to East-West communication and … Continue reading

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The Only Importance

Over the triple doorways of the Cathedral of Milan there are three inscriptions spanning the splendid arches. Over one is carved a beautiful wreath of roses, and underneath is the legend. “All that which pleases is but for a moment.” … Continue reading

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The Googol

No matter how large a number is, it is finite: it is always possible to mention a number that is larger. Scientists speak of the “googol.” It is a one, followed by 100 zeros. The googol is inconceivably large. But … Continue reading

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A Comparison

The great projectiles which we fire in warfare, from the coast artillery, travel at a speed of about one mile per second. As the earth moves around the sun, it travels at a speed of about eighteen and one-half miles … Continue reading

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Christian Colleges Needed

No parent would expect his young son or daughter to physically compete with a professional athlete on the athletic field, yet we ask our Christian youth to do exactly that in the intellectual arena. That is, during their formative, immature … Continue reading

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The Purpose of Education

As 70-year-old philosophy professor Sidney Hook conducted his last class at New York University after 45 years of teaching there, he said he would break one of his rules and try to explain his own philosophy. “Though there is no … Continue reading

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Wesley Changes The English Countryside

John Wesley rode up and down through the English countryside during the last half of the eighteenth century, his soul touched by the poverty, the drabness, and the ugliness of the village life. One day he hit upon the scheme … Continue reading

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Origin of Canned Food

Leon Lunden, research director of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters Local 56, tells us that when Napoleon’s armies invaded Europe, his general discovered that an “army marches on its stomach” and that foraging for food wastes time. But when the armies … Continue reading

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Moving Six Directions At Once

The earth moves in at least SIX different ways, and yet we on earth are not dizzy. The movements are: The earth spins on its axis, like a top, at the speed of one-third mile per second or 1,000 miles … Continue reading

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Fast-Moving Desert

The Sahara Desert in North Africa is the largest desert in the world. Its greatest length stretches 3,200 miles from east to west. The desert is on the move. Right across Africa the Sahara is creeping south at an average … Continue reading

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Red Sea Parting a Mirage?

A Pennsylvania State University physicist suggested that the biblical story of the parting of the Red Sea may have been the result of a desert mirage. The physicist, Dr. Alistair Fraser, said Christ walking on water also could have been … Continue reading

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Plagues In The Past

Between AD 250–262, a pestilence raged all over the Roman Empire, from Egypt to the Hebrides. In some Italian cities, up to four-fifths of the population were wiped out. Men died like flies. Gibbons says that statisticians of the succeeding … Continue reading

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