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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHUIDGE HUAID "r Claims Lie Perpetuated In By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP RcHgiee: Writer NEW YORK (AP) "Oh! ye deceived and misguided pwpte By frenzy seized, they cry: Away to the cross with Him! A furious, blinded people whkh ceaseth not its clamor till the unwilling judge cries: So take Him and crucify Him1." These words from lie 1S70 version o{ the v.wld-famous Passion play of Ooaammergau, Germany, which tagins its sum- mer-long run May IB, are cited in a new study as part of the ev idence rf the contiflumg perpetuation of a Jews killed Christ. The line-by-line analysis, be- lieved to be the first systematic examination undertaken In the United States, found that the script both engenders hostil- ity to Judaism, and to do so, fal- sifies the actual historical biblical situation. WHERE DO CREATIVE IDEAS COME FROM? .isten tti'u Sunday la the Christian Science Radio Series for some interesting insights on this question. lf> on 4 Alberta itationii i o.m.-CJOC-1220.KC 7-.4S a.m.-CHQR-810.KC a.m.-CHQT-lllO XC a.Tn.-CHAT-U70 ICC THl BIBIC STEAK DID IX TO YOU CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH HO eh Am I Sunday School a.m. Sunday Service 11 a.m. TESTIMONIAL MEETING Wednesday, p.m. BEADING ROOM Open Tues., Thurs. and Sat. except Noon -2 p.m. 'It misrepresents not only the njecn've historical datum of the rst century, biii also seriously distorts the New Testament ac- says Rev. Dr. Gerald Slrober, a Presbyterian scholar' who made the textual analysis. He adds that tie script con- radicts the knoun ruthless character of Roman governor 'ootiiB Pilale, ignores the ia- ense Jewish resistance against be Roman military occupation, ioes not recognize Rone's con- trol of the collaborating temple officialdom and covers up Rome's sole jurisdiction over crucifixions, including that of Jtsus. The play also distorts Juda- ism, ignores the fact that Jesus and an His early followers were Fews, and blanks out the scrip- urally-atlested sympathy for Jesus by a "broad base of UM Dr. Strbber said. Other, experts also aided the study of the Intemiigious Affairs Department of the American Jewish Committee The findings have been for- warded to Test German church and government authorities. The play is performed by vil- lagers of the Bavarian city every 10 years in fulfilment of a vow made in 16X1 in gratitude for the end of a plague. The pageant, presented for thousands of tourists Ihrougl the summer'season, has been revised in pan since the 1960 performance, dele ting some sharing references to Jews such as "this fiendish brood" and "0 God, destroy this evil band." The play still presents an "in- ricn'ous portrayal of the Jewish people'' and "imputes to the Jews collective guflt for the cru- the says. That ancient, baseless slander has been repu- diated by modern church scbol uship, including the Second alican Council. Dr. Strober said in an Wtr- that the play's distortion seem modelled on medieval rislian literature twisting kblical material out of context [o fake anti-Jewish 'implica- sharply at variance with hflTs themselves-a leo- dee-y Cist still bights some un- informed Christian The play manufactures Vatican Is Split Geographically LETHBRIDGE .BUDDHIST CHURCH 13th Street North REVEREND S. KOSAKA REVEREND O. FU'lKAWA Snndiy a.m. Lakeview Mennon'rte Brethren Church 1509.29th Street So.., tni a.m.-BIble Stody Hour Serrice Rev. toewen Bethel Baptist durch WITH A COMMUNITY CONSCIENCt ROOTED IN CHRISTIAN COMMITMENT. Paitor, N. CARLSON, A.B. 711 23rd St. N. School Service r Service CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Poitori REV. R. OEA5LEY 9th Avrnut and litft Street Sauth a.m.-Siinday School Heo Worship Service Service rom the crudfubcB, af the icourging of Ittut n to "appeau" the Jewi, tad paate huded Jeox onrto the la crucify HJB at ririaBce with Krirbnl mmgiag and exeeubetu all were by Roman hmdionarietL Jesus Himself aid n- pealedly He wbnld die the hands of the Genrjlm-. fact iko igaored in the emft, Dr. Strober VATICAN CITY (AP) The 'au'can is being split in two eographically, and tbe split alls largely along ideological nes. Some liberals don't think lat's a comcidence. On orders drawn up in the secretarial o( stale and ap- roved by Pope Paul, Vatican wdies created during and since he second Vatican Ecumenical Council are being relocated at some distance from Vatican City. "Reasons of space'.' is the of- "icial explanation for the moves, lul some liberal clerics work- uig for the Vatican consider it an attempt by conservatives to solale the new Vatican organs rom the rest of. the. Roman Curia. The new bodies, such as the Secretariat for Non-believers, a preponderance of moder- ates aod liberals. The eld bod- such ae tbe Congregation [or the Doctrine of the Faith, are run largely by conserva- tives. Vatican organs currently lo- cated m the new sprawling four-storey Sa Cab- as Palace in 'Rome's colorful Trastrvere. quartern-are -the Commission of Justice and Peace and the Corned for tbe Laity, both originally located there; the Secretariat for Non- C b r i 11 i a n Religions, moved there from quarters near St Pe- ter's Square recently, ud ihe Secretariat for Noo-Believers. No announcements were made ainot the transfers, brt a prelate in the Vatican's Terri- torial Administrative Office said the moves were imtatrd by the secretariat., of state and 'ap- proved by Pope PauL Msgr. Renzo Frana of the sec- retariat of state denied that any controversy was involved. "This was a purely logiilJ move. They needed .more space." But ine' transferred ckric commented: "We could have- used-more space to' be sun. But there was more to he had where we French Churches As ConcertHalts By BENOIT BOULE PABJS (CP) -A sign'of rhe imes, perhaps, but churches in 'aria and outlying areas have among the most popu- lar concert haUs in France. At St Sulpice about 5.0CO per- sons appeared to see and bear Duke Ellington, the revered American jazz figure. As many watched Handel's Messiah at St. Mustache and turned out for s religious folk festival at SL Victor in Marseille. This apparently sudden ac- ceptance of musical entertain- ment by some Roman Calhotic Church officials may be. indica- tive of their desire to keep in step with the (imes. "It's longer possible, to at- tract young people and give them a vibrant, dynamic, real image of religion by continuing to sing 'Here is the gentle flock, the true bread of a young priest said recently. But there is opposition, with some saying that the new wave of liberalism will soon lead to so-called sacred striptease per- formances. At demons tors sfionting "Hail and "the not a'music CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 -Zltt Are. i. SUNDAY a.m.-Bible Stndj a.m.-Worship Worship WEDNESDAY p.m.-Bible Study JOE COKIET Mlnliter Phont 328-5781 CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 42! lllti St. S. i Mri. Penny Doddr Organlil J. R. CHAPMAN, Minitler Sunday a.m. Horning a.m. EVERYBODY WELCOME The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1913 10th Avenui Sevth Meetlnf 1st Ward a.m. 3rd Ward a.m. 4th Ward................................ a.m. 2tth Street Seulh University Ward etfi Avenue 'A' enel 23rd Unel NerA 2nd Ward a.m. 5lh Ward a.m. 6th Ward a.m. Elders a.m. Sunday School a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.ra. Sacrament Meeting (FiT) p.m. p.m. I'M p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. interrupted an evening of ngs and almost caused a riot. They said the priest in- strument of Satan." Protestors at Chambery oiced (heir opposition to an ia- erpretation of Lara's theme om the movie Dr. Zhtvago. Nevertheless, church autbori- es feel they must change to more-complete participation ty tte faithful in religious cere- Muies'Tbey note that in Africa 3ere often is some dancing dur- ing A priest at St. EusUcne con- lucts a choir which attracts persons to mass regularly with presentations of Bach. But, he says, unless a concert provides an atmosphere which attracts those who do not nor- mally attend the theatre' or opera, it is no different than any other.'. And the liberals say their ex- ampk was set anyway in higher Ninth Sym- phony was played at the open- ing session of the.second Vati- can Council. WORLD ALMANAC PSftCTS UK Code of Hammorabi m wrrBjn daring the reirj of King Hammermbi of Babylon. Tbe lerved u Hammurmbi'j amendment to (be contnom law, The World Almanac lays. Persons breaking the code of tea received tha death penalty, and iionaHy tbe .oflenter WM treated as be. had treated the victim, Imprisonment was considered too expen- sive, corrupting to the pris- oner and a hardCBtp to hli derjendenti. St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1819 Jth Avenue Soulh WiniHer, SEVESENO I. D. HANKINSON, B.A. Director of Husit-A. G. BARTER, F.T.C.I., A.R.C.T. A N D Hope REFORMED CHURCH (Reformed Church In America) 1505 6lh Avenue South COME TO WORSHIP at SI. Andrew's "BAPTISMAL MEDITATION" Sacrament ot Holy Baplhn p.m.-Service In Hope Red J Church GOD'S ANSWER TO OUR QUESTION, "HOW Church School (or all ages and a.m. DEPART TO SERVE BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 433 7th St. South tl Bread p.m.-Sunday School VACANT CHAM IN HEAVEN" Speaker-Mr. W. PicUori Thursday, p.m.-BMe Cuw X Weleanw Awirh You Hem GOSPEL CHAPEL 907 St. South SUNDAY SERVICES iJn.-Breaking of Bread Bible Hear and Sunday Schorl and Bible Study ALL ABE WABHLY WELCOME lethbridge Christian Reformed Church .Ind AM. A and N. JOHN MCM, PUm "SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1970 AS HISTORY TEACHER" Rev! P. Van Tulnei Guest Minister 1202 3rd Avenue South Phone 3J7-2W4 School i Lawrence. Edwards Lawrence Edwards .Special presentation of Missionary Journey Wednesday p.m. Bible Study and, Prayer. For Ifwpiration Dial-A'Thot 3274581 327-4581 EVANGELICAL h Are.'and Mayor Magratti'Dr. Phone 317-6113 'farter, KV. H. J. JOST a.m.-Sunday School Service -Rer. C. Batch-. Inson, Presideat .of Berean Bible College. Serrice ST. PAUL" The Berean Bible .CoDege Trio will be with bun for the entire i Rer. C. A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL! 510 7Hi Strtet Seurh LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE (EV. W. J. GAMIIE, fASIOt School with classes for all ages TRANSPORTATION PHONE NUMBER 327-4112 or 328-3621 Worship Service of Evangelism p.m.-Uslen to: "THE. SUNSHINE EVANGEL CJOC 1220 K.C. Wednesday p.m. Prayer and Bible Study Thursday p.m. Crusaders and Cadets (or boys and girls 7-M years. Thori, 8 TQIICHBEARER'S TWO" These young men cone to as from Pennsylvania, U.S.A., and have been highly 'recommended to us as being very spiritual u weD as excellent Coining Event The CoDegairc'i 'Choir will visit the, .TaberBacte again, on1 Friday, May. 1st at 8 p.m. V. "A HEARTY'INVITATION is EXTENDED TO YOU AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU" Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN .CHURCH IfV. E. 1. MOOCT, 1.0. Sunday School Morning Worship IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner ilk Avenue ana1 11th itrttl 3. Mlnlifer W, F. Schoepp-Phone 337-4336 Office, 338-6987 a.m.-Maliris Sunday School and Bible Classes Jl.-OO Morning Worship Service Opening Communion Service (or the 33 Regular Convention of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, AlberU B.C. Dis- Irict Convention sessions, Tues, Thurs, at the El Rancho. Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd llth Avenue .'end }4fh Street Sauth PASTOR A15ERT CHSOM Sunday School Worship Service Communion First Sunday Each Month CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE SALVATION HEALING -MIRACLES MM. Ti W. Mycnvt Corner 5th Ave. and 13lK SI- S. i ErCBBf Service FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AT TWO LOCATIONS Minliler, KV. G. K. EASTER, t.Th. rttonhl and Chelr, Diiertor, Marilyn Sinclair, A..K.CJ. fc.M.T. i. 1407 8th Avenue. N. for chorea Khoot tod foots ei south batten. (No etareh (dud thk tabr) 1614 5th S. for chntch school and CHRIST FOB YOUNG PEOPLE TODAY" (Young people wffl' take part the terna) pjn.-uESCAPISM OB INVOLVEMENT Wednesday, to p.m. The Itid-Week Serriee. EVEHYONE.WELCOire LMen to the i Ha e.m, CPAC THE ANGLICAN CHURCH SAINT AUGUSTINE'S ZTtitS ,_lector, Rev. R.L Chotrmattei and Ogantiti D. G. A.T.CJ4, Communion (Said) Prayer, Senior Choir. Broadcast (Nursery. Provided) All departments of Sunday School i" p.m.-EvehsoBg, St. Monica's Choir MISSION HALL Communion School lODWEEK SERVICES ,'_ Thursday, April CommnnJoa ST. MARY THE VIRGIN SECOND SUNDAY AFTER EASTER Eucharist School in Hall Eucharist .7 tor EDcharbt THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PIESBYTEtlAN, METHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES' DR. ROBERT B. McClURE, MDy fKS FKED HOIBH1ON, Calgary President of Alberta Conference1 .....REV. L BRIAN JONES, ilrthbridff. Chairman, South Alberta Preibytery SOUTHMINSTER 4rh Ave.pnd llth Si. S. MINISniS, R.-W..K. ElUOTT REV. A. T. KING Musical Oiredar: Mr. W. M. Woolhoun Organlrt Emeritui: Mr. A. K. Pultond SUNDAY, APRIl 12th, Bev. Kalhryn Hurlburt will conduct tbt lervice'with the C.G.I.T. from Soothwaten AlberU........ CHURCH SCHOOL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS MUSIC: Jnnior Choir Soloist: Wendy.Grijg SenW Choir: "Jem, On Lord, Ife Adore _ McKILLQR UNITED CHURCH Sovfheail from Urtl Ave. end 34lt) St. I. Minilren >onei. B.O. .Choir F. H. Ward Orooni.h Mr. J.' E, tangford SUNDAY, APRIL 12th, 1970 Regular- Worship Senrion: "Christ's Greal Commission" ef'Elden CHRISTIAN EDUCATION a.m. -Jr. A, Jr. B, Intermediate Depts. Nursery Klndergirten and Primary Depls. SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: IJsten (or tt on CJOC weekdays at noon by L. Brian Jonet, EVERYONE WEICOMI FIRST UNITED CHURCH' (NORTH) LETHBRIDGE Mir Win KEY. ft. f. (Ted) ESKDALE Choir Director. MK. H. VAN EGTEMN Orgariliti MK. J. L, UOIS) IEES SUNDAY, APRIL ISth, 1970 Worship "GOD IS MORE THAN A PEN-PAL TO Sunday School a.m. Junior anid Senior Dept. Sanday School a.m. Beginner] and Primary Depf Nursery Facilities Available A CITY CHURCH WITH A RURAL WELCOMEl ;