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February 03, 1984 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, February 3, 1984

"A family without gov-
ernment," says Matthew
Henry, "is like a house

without a roof, exposed to
every wind that blows." He
might better have said, like

a house in flames, a scene of
confusion and commonly too
hot to live in.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
President Reagan told a
group of broadcast
evangelists in Washington
that Americans had no need
to fear the future because
"we have a promise from
Jesus to soothe our sorrows,
heal our hearts and drive
away our fears."
In a speech to 4,000 people
attending the National
Religious Broadcasters
convention, Reagan made
24 references to God and
Jesus and strongly attacked
the Supreme Court's ban on
prayer in public schools.
"God, source of all knowl-
edge, should never have
been expelled from our chil-
dren's classrooms," he de-
clared to the thunderous
approval of the audience
which included the Rev.
Jerry Falwell, the Christian
evangelist who heads the
Moral Majority.
Joseph Berger, the
religion editor of News-
day, a Long Island
daily, said Reagan's
speech contained all "the
markings of a church
sermon." He quoted Jef-
frey Hadden, a Virginia
sociologist who has writ-
ten a book on broadcast
evangelists, as saying he
could not recall a more
"explicitly Christian"
speech by Reagan.
Reagan's address to the
evangelists, considered an
important potential politi-
cal constituency for Reagan,
was the President's first
speech since his announce-
ment Sunday that he would
seek re-election.
Reagan's speech Monday
was similar in tone to one he
made last March in Orlando
to the National Association
of Evangelicals, an organ-
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Defense Figures

LONDON (ZINS) — Is-
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Communism "is the focus of
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and that those favoring a
mutual freeze on nuclear
weapons were ignoring "the
aggressive instincts of the
evil empire."
Jewish religious leaders
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that castigation of the
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