Grace Theological Seminary - Xapis / Grace Yearbook (Winona Lake, IN)

 - Class of 1960

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Our President Speaks . . . Believing that Christianity has " more than one dimension, " and that much of the present moral and spiritual confusion is due to inadequate conceptions and one-sided emphases, Grace Theological Seminary and College aims to present a complete and carefully integrated view, giving proper consideration to all its essential elements. Considered objectively, Christianity is held to be distinctively SUPERNATURAL REVELA- TION exhibiting a threefold content: a Person, the eternal and incarnate Son, our only Saviour, in whom the invisible God is perfectly and finally disclosed; a Doctrine, the medium of divinely inspired truth by which the revelation of the Son is brought infallibly and intelligently to men; and an Ethic, in which there is embodied the will of God for His personal creatures. On the subjective side, Christianity is presented as a PERSONAL EXPERIENCE having three distinct aspects: a Relationship with the living God mediated through the Person and re- deeming work of the Lord Jesus Christ; a Faitli which lays hold upon Christ through the truths which reveal Him in the record of the written Word; and a Life in which the Christian believer progressively realizes and fulfills the revealed will of God. Thus in Christianity, both on its objective and its subjective sides, there appear correlating elements which are mystical, doctrinal, and ethical: answering fully to the deepest needs of men —spiritual, intellectual, and moral. The neglect of any one of these constituent elements in the interest of a so-called " simplified religion " is a tendency with which this school has no sympathy. To diminish Christianity, either by careless omission or deliberate intent, is to plunder its fasci- nating richness and set limits upon its wondrous power to satisfy the most vital needs of human life. The Revelation of Christianity is both historical and living; grounded in facts which no his- torical criticism can dissolve, yet continuously accessible to Christian experience through the written Word. Thus the link between historic revelation and personal experience is the Word. This divinely inspired Word of the Old and New Testaments constitutes the record of historic Christian revelation, and is at the same time the immediate and tangible raison d ' etre of Chris- tian experience, both as to its beginning and future progress. " The seed is the Word of God. "

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As he uses his time and talents unreservedly for the Lord, the activities of this educator might be summed up in the phrase " music is his life. " From his home in Los Angeles, California, " Prof went to Bob Jones University, where he received his Master ' s degree in music, and there he began his teaching career. In 1950 he came to Grace Seminary and joined the faculty of the college music department. In addition to heading the department now, he directs the choral groups, travels extensively with musical teams from the student body, and is minister of music of the Winona Lake Brethren Church. We as students have come to love and respect this man for his warm and real approach to us and to life in general. In recognition of his varied contributions to our school and particularly for his outstanding testimony in the field of music, we are proud to dedicate the 1960 GRACE to PROFESSOR DONALD E. OGDEN. Traveling across the country



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Grace Greater Than Our Sin ohnston Daniel B. Towner £ -6 - -4- - - 1. Mar 2. Sin 3. Dark 4. Mar — • ;r- vel - ous grace of our and de - spair like the is the stain that we vel - ous, — 2? — 2?-i V lov - ing Lord, Grace that sea waves cold, Threat-en can - not hide, What can fi - nite, match-less grace, Free - ly —9 — ' W— ex - ceeds our the soul with a - vail to be-stowed on grace, God ' s grace, in - fi J. PRESIDENT ALVA J. McCLAIN Th.M., D.D., L.L.D. - 2- nite e Professor of Christian Theology ■ -• -m-. •»- -r - j — -P- m S 9 ? than all our sin. e = : -© - 42 -ts» m Copyright, 1910. by D. B, Towner? Hope Publishing Co.. owner

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