By J. Gary Aitken. Remembering that the objectives of bibli
By Roger R. Nicole. We must therefore, be careful to use the Scrip
By Frank M. Barker, Jr. I believe most of us in the PCA sense the great opportunity and challenge before our denomination. With many denominations losing their spiritual moorings, a moral landslide occur
By Roger R. Nicole. When we are sure that our outward approach is proper, we need secondly to safeguard the inward benefits of controversy. We need to ask the ques
In Memoriam: Harold Samuel Laird
By Roger R. Nicole. We disagree in some areas of Christian doctrine. We disagree as to some of the details of church administration. We disagree as to the way in which certain tasks of the church should be pursued. Who does not encounter from time to time people who are not in complete agreement; therefore, it is good to seek to discover certain basic principles whereby we may relate to those who differ from us.
The PCA is a microcosm of what the Bible describes as a body with unity and diversity. At times the diversity has seemed to overshadow the unity; yet our denomination continues to grow and expand.
It seems generally that it is the younger Christians who usually are the ones directly bearing the fruit of evange
By Terry Gyger. Of the four and one-half million Hispanics in Los Angeles, less than one-half of one percent are evangelical. This means that most Latin cities have more believers than exist in Hispanic Los Angeles.
By John M. Montgomery. It is this writer’s opinion that what is popu