The Editors

The Genesis of the problem

| The church can debate the question of creation without creating new divisions
by The Editors
Posted 7/26/97, 12:00 am

The question of the antiquity of man has of itself no theological significance. It is to theology, as such, a matter of entire indifference how long man has existed on the earth.... The question of the antiquity of man is accordingly a purely scientific one in which the theologian as such has no concern."

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Update: Join the club

by The Editors
Posted 7/26/97, 12:00 am

Johnny Hart, the soul and heart of the cartoon strips B.C. and the Wizard of Id, is happy that Mallard Fillmore is on the job as a reporter. That way, Mr. Hart is not the only member of the Conservative Cartoonists Who Have Been Censored Club.

"I love Mallard. Bruce [Tinsley] is sensational," Mr. Hart told WORLD. "His perception of these things is unbelievable." The veteran cartoonist knows plenty about censorship. For years, the Los Angeles Times held to an annual rite of yanking Mr. Hart's Christmas and Easter cartoons with their Christ-centered messages.

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WORLD's response to IBS's ethics charges

by The Editors
Posted 6/14/97, 12:00 am

To the extent that the International Bible Society's (IBS) formal ethics charges with the Evangelical Press Association echo those submitted by Zondervan Publishing House (ZPH), WORLD magazine's response may be repetitive. IBS, however, employs some different arguments to support charges similar to those of ZPH and makes new charges altogether. WORLD first responds principially, then point-by-point:

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