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Three Enemies of the Christian Life

EditorialNovember/ December, 1985Volume 20, Number 6 The last half of Romans 7 deals with the inner conflict that comes to every child of God. The …

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The “Uninteresting” Plight of Afghanistan

It is ironic that some of the same people who call for moderation in dealing with the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, had little or nothing …

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Should Nonresistant Christians Pay War Taxes?

EditorialMay/June, 1985Volume 20, Number 3 In recent years there has been a growing sentiment among certain groups of people who are opposed to war, that …

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A Woman Conference Moderator

EditorialSeptember/October, 1987Volume 22, Number 5 The most frequent question directed to BRF personnel at this year’s Annual Conference was, “What do you think about a …

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What’s Good About The Church of the Brethren?

EditorialMarch/April, 1987Volume 22, Number 2 It is a well-known fact that if you want to get action out of a car battery, the connections must …

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A Letter from M.R.Zigler — and the Reply

EditorialJanuary/ February, 1987Volume 22, Number 1 M. R. Zigler was an outstanding Church of the Brethren leader who was known for his many efforts in …

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What’s Wrong With Taking a Yoga Class?

EditorialNovember/December, 1986Volume 21, Number 6 Yoga is defined as a “mystic discipline by which one seeks to achieve liberation of the self, and union with …

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Dashing Infants Against Rocks

EditorialJuly/August, 1986Volume 21, Number 4 Some will likely find the title of this WITNESS article to be a bit shocking. At first glance, it sort of shocks …

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Jesus Says “Go” (Moderator’s Address – 1985 Annual Conference)

EditorialMay/June, 1986Volume 21, Number 3 The theme for the 1986 Annual Conference to be held in Norfolk, VA is taken from the testimony of faith …

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Seven Words from the Cross

EditorialMarch/April, 1986Volume 21, Number 2 The words which Jesus uttered on the Cross are worthy of special consideration. His words were not many in number. …

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