ARPTalk, Issue 11

Welcome to the eleventh (11) issue of ARPTalk. Featured in ARPTalk(11) are the following four articles:


                        1. Letter from Mrs. Lori Lawing

                        2. Citation re Dr. R. J. Gore

(11.2) LETTER TO THE COLLEGE OF LAODICEA, by Mr. Daniel Stephens, Assistant Editor of the Erskine Mirror, the Erskine College student newspaper


                        1. Two NC Presbyteries vote to affirm

                        2. The sickening escapades at Union    
                        Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia


                        1. A program worthy of support

                        2. An opportunity for courses at             
                            discounted rates 

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I hope you find ARPTalk(11) interesting and informative. I look forward to hearing from you.

The opinions expressed in the articles of ARPtalk are the opinions of the writers. There are no anonymous articles in ARPTalk.

Charles (“Chuck”) W. Wilson

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