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The Joy of Proclaiming Christ on Campus: Acting from the Heart rather than from a Sense of Duty

2014年7月19日
by Hayashi Misato International Politics and Economics Department 4th year student   The first time I attended church was as a second-year junior high school student while living in the United States. For someone raised in a home with no connection to Christianity, everything at church was fresh and new. At the time, I had no desire to be baptized, but when I returned to Japan, I was……

An Ardent Longing for our Home in Heaven

by Shimada Masayoshi Former Director of University Religious Activities Aoyama Gakuin University   “Instead, they were longing for a better country—a heavenly one.” (Hebrews 11:16)   Dora Schoonmaker, Julius Soper, and Robert Maclay, the three missionary founders of Aoyama Gakuin, left their country behind them and set out across the ocean, as did the pilgrim fathers of the ……

The Kyodan’s International Conference on Nuclear Issues Found Significant for Taiwan

by Rev. Ching-An Yeh Program Secretary for Ecumenical Relations, The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan   “I am Human, and I am Against Nuclear Power!” This is the slogan we always hear during anti-nuclear demonstrations in Taiwan. It is a call for awareness of how inhuman it is to pursue economic growth through the development of nuclear power at the cost of the Earth and humanity. In pr……

The Kyodan’s International Conference on Nuclear Issues Found Significant for Taiwan

by Rev. Ching-An Yeh Program Secretary for Ecumenical Relations, The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan   “I am Human, and I am Against Nuclear Power!” This is the slogan we always hear during anti-nuclear demonstrations in Taiwan. It is a call for awareness of how inhuman it is to pursue economic growth through the development of nuclear power at the cost of the Earth and humanity. In present-day……

The Kyodan’s International Conference on Nuclear Issues Found Significant for Taiwan

by Rev. Ching-An Yeh Program Secretary for Ecumenical Relations, The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan   “I am Human, and I am Against Nuclear Power!” This is the slogan we always hear during anti-nuclear demonstrations in Taiwan. It is a call for awareness of how inhuman it is to pursue economic growth through the development of nuclear power at the cost of the Earth and humanity. In present-day……

The Kyodan’s International Conference on Nuclear Issues Found Significant for Taiwan

by Rev. Ching-An Yeh Program Secretary for Ecumenical Relations, The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan   “I am Human, and I am Against Nuclear Power!” This is the slogan we always hear during anti-nuclear demonstrations in Taiwan. It is a call for awareness of how inhuman it is to pursue economic growth through the development of nuclear power at the cost of the Earth and humanity. In present-day……

The Kyodan’s International Conference on Nuclear Issues Found Significant for Taiwan

by Rev. Ching-An Yeh Program Secretary for Ecumenical Relations, The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan   “I am Human, and I am Against Nuclear Power!” This is the slogan we always hear during anti-nuclear demonstrations in Taiwan. It is a call for awareness of how inhuman it is to pursue economic growth through the development of nuclear power at the cost of the Earth and humanity. In present-day……

The Kyodan’s International Conference on Nuclear Issues Found Significant for Taiwan

by Rev. Ching-An Yeh Program Secretary for Ecumenical Relations, The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan   “I am Human, and I am Against Nuclear Power!” This is the slogan we always hear during anti-nuclear demonstrations in Taiwan. It is a call for awareness of how inhuman it is to pursue economic growth through the development of nuclear power at the cost of the Earth and humanity. In present-day……

The Kyodan’s International Conference on Nuclear Issues Found Significant for Taiwan

by Rev. Ching-An Yeh Program Secretary for Ecumenical Relations, The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan   “I am Human, and I am Against Nuclear Power!” This is the slogan we always hear during anti-nuclear demonstrations in Taiwan. It is a call for awareness of how inhuman it is to pursue economic growth through the development of nuclear power at the cost of the Earth and humanity. In present-day……

The Kyodan’s International Conference on Nuclear Issues Found Significant for Taiwan

by Rev. Ching-An Yeh Program Secretary for Ecumenical Relations, The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan   “I am Human, and I am Against Nuclear Power!” This is the slogan we always hear during anti-nuclear demonstrations in Taiwan. It is a call for awareness of how inhuman it is to pursue economic growth through the development of nuclear power at the cost of the Earth and humanity. In present-day……
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