Jul 22, 2009 | Comments 0
Welcome to the twenty-first (21st) issue of ARPTalk. Featured in ARPTalk(21) are the following articles:
- (21.1) LETTERS AND THINGS
- (21.1.1) Letter from Miss Karis Tucker – Miss Tucker tells why she did not attend Erskine College and offers advice to President Randy Ruble on developing a “Christian worldview” at Erskine.
- (21.1.2) Article by Dr. Jay Adam – Stand Alone?– Dr. Adams encourages Bible-believing people to stand for the truth of the Bible—even if they have to stand alone.
- (21.1.3) Article Dr. Dr. Fred Carr – God-Sent Revival at Erskine– Dr. Carr details his dream for Erskine.
- (21.2) DON’T EXPECT ANOTHER WEATHERMAN AT ERSKINE – by Charles W. Wilson – This Search Committee is not going to recruit a candidate for Vice President and Academic Dean of Erskine College who will “embrace the mission” as Dr. Weatherman did. The Editor hopes he is proved wrong!
- (21.3) THE REALAITY, THE SMOKESCREEN, AND THE ASPIRATIONS – by Charles W. Wilson – These are the Editor’s responses to the criticisms of those who are opposed to Erskine becoming the college of her mission.
- (21.4) THE POWERFUL WORD – by Dr. R. J. Gore – This is the text of the sermon that Dr. Gore preached at the 2009 Pre-Synod Conference on the inerrancy of the Bible.
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Charles (“Chuck”) W. Wilson
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