King's Business - 1945-09


September, 1^45

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Youth Evangelism “ I have been reading your good magazine for quite some time and truthfully can say that .it has been appreciated. It is solid throughout. “ Personally, I disagree with the writer of ‘Today's Youth Evangelism—Is It Shallow? in the July issue with regard to 'making tracts attractive’ and using the ‘Indian ap­ proach’ but that is perhaps, because of a journalistic background and an abhorrence of anything not attractively set in type, along with the experience of skipping over all portions of Scripture, in tracts when 1 read them as an unsaved person. Mel Larson Chicago, III* “ I think the article on Youth Rallies was good and timely. I think some are bringing young people to the place where, if tne pastor can’t ‘ring the bell’ every week, he is no good. I like the Object Lessons un­ der a separate article, too.” Ta . Rev. Coy T. Maret Escondido, Calif. “ Please convey to the writer of the recent article on the Youth Movement in your pa­ per my hearty commendation. It is hign time that someone evaluated this movement for just what it is. There is no question but what there will be abundance of criti­ cism for this position, but eternity will re­ veal the value of the sentiment^ excPre“™ ey Taylor, Pa. “ I feel that I must compliment you on the timely article, ‘Today's Youth Evange­ lism—Is It Shallow?' Some of us have been watching the trends referred to with in­ creasing alarm, and I sincerely trust that pointing out of them may lead to a search­ ing of heart and ways by all interested in Youth or in Gospel testimony generally. Certainly some of the present practices are ' unhealthy, to say the least.” Evangelist F. W. Schwartz Detroit, Mich. *‘I have Just been reading your article in the July issue: ‘Today’s Youth Evangelism _Is it Shallow?’ and I hope the leaders of that work will ask themselves that ques- t 0n* Mrs. J. H. Husk San Francisco, Calif.

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“ We were much Interested in the arti­ cle, ‘Hold That Line.' How we need some­ thing for the boys and girls and most of the parents to awaken them to their need of a Saviour!” ". , Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Dunlap Oakville, Wash. Congratulations “ May I send my congratulations on the improvement . . . I like the new type for headings and the new articles such as ‘Bi­ ble in the News’ and ‘Greek Word Treas­ ures.’ I would like lo see a section devoted to Bible study such as Dr. Talbot once wrote on Genesis, Romans, etc. I would like to see articles written on history from the Christian’s viewpoint . . . Don't dis­ continue the book review section.” Sgt. Warren E. Belknap c/o P. M. New York, N. Y.

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