A Necessary Anniversary
The Contemporary & the Timeless Intersect for 30 Years by James M. Kushiner
Thirty years ago last October, a few hundred copies of a new 12-page newsletter called Touchstone were printed. The name Touchstone was chosen because it pointed to the existence of a timeless standard against which to test the quality of contemporary Christianity.
Touchstone emerged as a natural expression of a local Evangelical Christian fellowship's concern to follow what is called in Jeremiah 6:16 the "ancient path," which promises rest for our souls, the same path that is called "the faith once for all delivered to the saints."
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James M. Kushiner is the Director of Publications for The Fellowship of St. James and the former Executive Editor of Touchstone.
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