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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 10, November 1955 - File 038. 1955-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 27, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/629/show/597.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 10, November 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 10, November 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date November 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
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  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Title File 038
Transcript ^Jomorrow A BOOK REVIEW By Winifred Scutt, The Christopher Publishing House, I 140 Columbus Avenue, Boston 20, Massachusetts. 256 pp., $3.50. This is \ patterned tapestry of history and prophecy woven of poetry, prose, and musical accompaniment, orchestrated in such a manner that the reader finds his moods following the author's intent with no noticeable efforl to do so. What is God? Why is the world? From whence cometh law and order? Who planned billions oi stars Related we know not how . . . Each an individual universe in itself? Why does a -tar Hurst it- shell? Who made the gas That made the nehula That made the stars? \\h> man? So opens Tomorrow in which Miss Winifred ScuH outlines America's Christian heritage, from the Old Testament, through the prophecies preceding the birth and life of Christ, the latter mad'- up of short prose stories of a clear and simple beauty. Continuing through "The Birth of Christianity in Europe," and "Thr History of Christianity in \merica," the stage of our Vmerican heritage which forms the background for Tomorrow is set. \merica was founded on the golden rule. It was written in The Declaration of Independence And the Constitution. Nor was it the subject and the predicate Of the Golden Rule That built this golden world. It was the power of love That came from Christ to man And man to ' Christ Greater than any chemical process Discovered or undiscovered. The power thai drives millions Of trusting To material happiness—and further Into the unknown vistas Of eternity .... Far away upon the shores of Europe In land where opportunities still bound Ry ancient chains lay dormant Man heard of education And the chance of a poor man to rise \ml -ii they came in millions Swarmed like ants to honey To partake of opportunities Which were the fruit Of the Golden Rule Planted by the first Americans. Sn came Em o \nd ate and drank From Pilgrim's hoard. IS made Frnm a dissatisfied Europe .... Never before in the history of the world Did the average citizen enjoy so much Of this world's goods Nor such diversity of entertainment For his leisure hours. The voice of God is indicated throughout Miss Scutt's word painting by the use of 2.") bass voices. Sal.in. too. is in the cast, characterized hy a rasping voice, always accompanied by the sounds of the jungle in the background. Satan speak-: When I destroy Christ's techniques of love The nation will be destroyed. I will put him out of the schools. I will infiltrate into the churches Until a thousand churches deny His divinity. . . . The Christian home Ts responsible for American success. It must go. \sks the Statue of Liberty: How much time do they get to think? —to read? Vsk them why they do not spend one small ratio of the day in prayer for understanding and power. . . ."and they have im time.M I who stand with my head among the suns and stars, my feet upon an island bathed by the waves of the sea, a-k you where is liberty?... Eighteen million immigrants have passed beneath the portals of .Vmerica at the harbor at mv feet. "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me: I lift my lamp beside the golden door." Bringing us closer to the presenl and outlining the mistakes which threw \merica into two major world conflicts. Miss Scutt, in the section entitled "War." write-: "Thou shalt not covet" \re words unknown te Europe. In these words are the Fundamental stuff of peace. Europe a historj ol bloodshed < ame because Shi Minded herself to this truth War blasted, and more war, Until Vmerica drew forth its armor And wenl forth to intervene, And lost it- wave of youth Nnt once but twice .... O star spangled banner Long may it wave (Per Vmerican soldiers \\ ho march forth to save Democracy's brothers \\ herever the) be That none mav destroy The land of the free .... Vdam has put his hand To the bough Of the secrets of (rod And plucked him an apple < Called atomic energy .... Nor is th*' battle ended! Satan speaks: With two weapons I shall conquer the world, Europe, Asia; Japan shall succumb. And last . . . .America: One weapon—atomic energy; The other infiltration Of dishonesty and fear and greed, Fascination of novelty .... Vmei ica has a great • Christian Whn started a new stronghold (it * Christianity in Japan Giving a conquered country New dignity In thc world. He called for missionaries: They sent 174 < Catholic priests fVnd a handful of Protestant missionaries. He called for Bibles: lie received . ■ . some .... The name- of greal nun Vre writ in Fearlessness For ' Christ. \\ ashington did not hesitate To write Ins signature On the Declaration of Independence For fear of displeasing Britain. Greal Christians know what they want And all the powers of hell Are powerless Before their determination. Satan occupies the limelight in the prose section entitled "Intrigue:" Huddled in the dark wen- two figures; one had horns and a forked tail, yet was the figure of a man ... the second wrapped in darkness ... eagerly questioning his teacher. Down below them lay a country, so distant that it seemed to be a map. Its outline was familiar . .. The huddled figure spoke: "Psychologically, bow would one go about disrupting a nation?" The answer came, nasal and strong: "The road from animal to man is not so long; herd them back to the animal." Again spoke the man: "What has man that an animal has not?" Satan crossed his legs and flicked his tail. "Purpose," he said, "idealism, intelligence . . . mental attitudes." Swift came the question: "How does one influence a mental attitude?" The answer was sharp and sure: "In idealism, tear down their religious defense. In intellect, confuse them. In ef- , fort, flatter half-finished products. In Pace 36 FA( TS FORUM NEWS, Vovember, 1055
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