Summer 1989

Volume IV, Number 2

In This Issue

The Sermon and Its Content by Runar Eldebo and translated by Tommy Carlson

A sermon is an announcement of a new time. The suspense is not so much between "a then" and "a now," as it is between "an already now" and "a not quite yet." The time is at hand, God's kingdom is near.

Galatians 6:1-10, 14-16 and Waldenström's Commentary by Paul Peter Waldenström and translated by Tommy Carlson

Ebbe Bolin

Two Different Worlds? by Ahu Latifoglu

As an eighteen-year-old exchange student, I have been observing and learning about the American culture in the past ten months. Having some close American friends in Turkey, I had some ideas about American culture before I arrived here. However, throughout my stay in the USA, I have constantly been in the process of learning something new.

Din sorg är din by Viktor Rydberg and translated by Tommy Carlson

Whatever Happened to People? by Arthur W. Anderson

It is raining all day, My thoughts are long and pensive. Putting a pen to an overcast mood only makes other people depressed. I don't want to do that. But, like John Updike who wrote a poem on all the things he saw when his fever was over 100 degrees, I see things on a soupy day that I miss in the sunlight!

Out and About

The Gustafson Lectures; A Seasonal Person; A Story-Telling Man; A Scientific Story; Sport Report; Sport Correspondence

Sport Correspondence

A Horse Story by Mary

Some time in the later '20s, not far from the Congo River, we acquired three horses: Colonel — Lloyd's horse — brown with some white, a beautiful spirited Arabian; DanEsther's horse — all brown, solid and dependable, but not as fast as Colonel; June — Reginald's horse (Reg was only a little more that three years old) — lighter brown in color, gentle and easy to manage.

Post: Readers Respond

Love by George Herbert