1970 AACS Niagara Conference Report: 571 find unity in the spirit and are challenged to find a Christian third way.
The largest crowd of people to ever attend an AACS summer study conference, 571 fathers, mothers, scholars, students, and children, gathered on the grounds of Fort Erie’s Niagara Christian College Friday,
1970 AACS Conference Keynote by Dr. C.T. McIntire:
McIntire Advocates spiritual disaffiliation from American way of life for believers at Niagara Conference. Dr. C. T. McIntire told the conferees at the Niagara Conference on July 31 and August 1 that “we Christians must ourselves experience a spiritual disaffiliation from the American
1970 AACS Conference Keynotes by Dr. James Olthuis: Olthuis sees modern man as ping pong ball bouncing between old and new moralities. Dr. James Olthuis delivered three lectures to the Niagara Conference on the old and new moralities, and the approach of a Biblical life style. About the old morality,
1970 AACS Niagara Conference Worship:
Ontario conference holds moving worship service and celebration of unity in spirit.
On Sunday, August 3, the 571 persons attending the Niagara Bible College AACS Study Conference spent 6 hours in worship and celebration of unity in the Spirit of Christ. The morning worship service followed
1970 AACS Conference "Credimus":
Mr. Ben Vandezande, teacher at the St. Catharines Christian High School, led 15 students Sunday night, August 2, in a “Credimus” (a public, communal dramaturgical confession of the central motives of God’s Word) along with nearly 400 participants. Tracing the great biblical themes of Creation, Fall, Redemption,