Footnotes

By Steve Wolfgang Footnote. Cyril Ponnamperunis, review of Francis Crick, Life Itself. Its Origin and Nature, in New Scientist, 13 May 1982, p. 435. We have been, considering some of the alternatives proposed to replace the concept that the universe was created by a Divine being. Modem hypotheses which attempt to do so usually postulate some […]

Are Liars Saved Or Lost?

By Rick Duggin Recent years have seen an epidemic of preachers who have been caught in less than honorable circumstances. Bob Harrington, Jim Bakker, and Jimmy Swaggart are notable examples of men who preached one standard as they practiced another. The May 29 issue of The Daily News journal featured a story concerning the present problems […]

To Be Educated

By Carolyn Cains, Supervisor If I learn my ABCs, can read 600 words per minute, and can write with perfect penmanship, but have not been shown how to communicate with the Designer of all language, I have not been educated. If I can deliver an eloquent speech and persuade you with my stunning logic, but have […]