September

Mr. T. Vee Goes to Court

In this issue of The Outlook we present a brief but provocative compilation of “windows” on the impact which television is having on our culture. Each piece makes its own contribution to the discussion. Each piece lays the blame... next...

The Hypnotic Eye

ANNOUNCER: The court room is crowded to capacity for the hearing. Will the defendant be brought to trial for his crimes, or will his vast wealth and great influence in high places set him free to continue his career of violence and lust? We... next...

The Impact of Television on Our Children

Oh! Be careful little ears what you hear... Oh! Be careful little eyes what you see... Remember that old Sunday School song that many of us sang so earnestly as children? Unfortunately, today’s kids are taught the same song, but for many... next...

Goodbye, Joe Camel; Hello, More TV Ratings

The television networks, except NBC, have agreed to more explicit ratings to match their more explicit programs. The ratings—which will purportedly give parents additional information about language, violence, sexual situations and even... next...

The Holy Spirit and True Religion (III)

Biblical revival comes from God. It is recognized through the standards which God uses to communicate to us about how He works. When God works, He works according to His Word. The Spirit of God convinces us of the necessity for revival and opens... next...

Catching Glimpse of Christian Genocide

Well, it's that time again—the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer. It's a great time to be in the land of the free and the home ofthe barbeque grill, jaunts in the mountains, and the migratory flights of fourwheeled vehicles to sundrenched... next...

J. Gresham Machen and the Controversy over Presbyterian Foreign Missions

The Presbyterian controversy over theological liberalism was not simply a debate about the ideas ofpampered scholars published in obscure theological journals. Rather it concerned the very witness and practice of the church. Was Christ a Savior... next...

The Changing Scene and the Unchanging Word

This year marks the 60th anniversary of J. Gresham Machen's death on January 1, 1937. Machen was one of the most prominent scholarly defenders of the Christianfaith in its conflict with modernism in the early part ofthe twentieth century. He... next...

Eastern Orthodoxy: How Should We Speak About Salvation?

We have seen that Orthodox theology stresses the work of Christ as being one of victory over Death and Satan, and the salvation of sinners as one of thesis. On the other hand, Refonned theology emphasizes the work of Christ as a substitutionary... next...

A Reformed Dream

In North America today we have many confessionally Reformed denominations: or example, Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, Free Reformed Churches, Korean-American Presbyterian Church, Netherlands Reformed Churches, Orthodox Christian Reformed... next...
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