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,
1973 AACS Niagara Conference
report: On Friday evening, August 3, 600 people began to eagerly gather at Niagara Christian College near Fort Erie for the 14th annual Ontario AACS conference. Hundreds of little children darted through the crowd lending cheer and happy confusion as farmers from Pennsylvania, ministers and teachers from
1986 ICS Niagara Conference report by Carol-Ann Veenkamp:
Richard Mouw, Herman de Jong, Johanna Peetoom, Homer Samplonius, Mirth Vos. All these names and more are now part of a community of memory shared by those who attended the 28th annual ICS Niagara Family Conference August 1 through 4. Keynote speaker, Dr.
Talent night story told by Herman de Jong: This story is about three daddies and their firstborn babies. It happened at the first AACS Conference held at Niagara College. Some of these daddies are still coming to these conferences. It is therefore better not to mention names. Even though the
Runner's impact on the academic world can be explained chiefly through the influence, not of his writings, but of his students. And his teaching of his students was not primarily that of introducing them to the specific academic discipline of philosophy but of inspiring them with a vision of the
The original reports on conference keynote speeches, reproduced in this Square Inch website, remain a fascinating read. Here are some quotes, with links to the full report. Dr. C.T. McIntire: “We Christians must ourselves experience a spiritual disaffiliation from the American way of life. Until we have done this we