May 2011

Magazine Issue 572

Price $3.50

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Weight .12 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × .1 in

Table of Contents

  • Disasters, Weak Human Beings, and a Sovereign God , Peter Barnes
  • News and Comment
  • Richard Sibbes and Reformation , Michael Reeves
  • A Holy Spirit Church , Archibald G. Brown
  • Thirty Years in the East End: An Interview with Rev. Archibald Brown – ‘Lorna’
  • To the Reader , William Tyndale
  • Book Reviews

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