Articles by Frederick E.J. Harder
Are church schools institutions within which innocent children are robbed of their wills?
Solomon, ...this devotee of wisdom who had silver in abundance, gold in excess, jewels beyond belief, and power whereby to indulge his every desire, affirmed that the sum total of these was not comparable to the worth of knowledge!
NOTWITHSTANDING the priceless worth of knowledge, the stupendous advances that have been made in accumulating it, and the seemingly unlimited possibilities for future learning, there are certain limitations on its acquisition. These limitations are inherent, both in the defective nature of the sources of knowledge and in the inadequacies of the human mind.
On choice chapters in sacred scripture.