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As we look back upon the century of Synod's history that will soon be completed and think of the developments both in the history of our country and of our Church, we stand in wonderment. We marvel at the tremendous changes in every phase of activity, be it in the social, in the economic, in the political, or in the scientific field. It was a century that saw at its beginning the westward trek of the pioneer by oxcart and by covered wagon and at the close the use of the streamlined train, the auto, the airplane, the radio, and television. But in the midst of this ever-changing panorama there remained the unchanging Christ with the eternal verities, firm and unmovable for all ages to come.
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Streufert, F. C.
"The Developments of Home Missions in North America,"
Concordia Theological Monthly: Vol. 17, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholar.csl.edu/ctm/vol17/iss1/11