The Good Pastor Finishes His Course
by S. M. Hutchens
Numerous times in the history of this journal we have made a point of praising good pastors (and this, of course, includes good bishops in the churches that designate their chief elders thus), holding them up to be admired, supported, and emulated. In these days of the office's great tribulation, experienced in withering attacks on the pastor's office from forces within and outside the churches that seek to discourage, weaken, discredit, adulterate, confuse, pollute, madden, and depress good servants of the Lord, we wish once again to give them honor, noting . . .