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Tribute to an encourager (Bob Horn)

Having joined Evangelical Times as one of three part-time editors in the early 1970s I found myself as the only one left, struggling to catch up with the publications schedules and cover all bases. The Chairman, Herbert Carson, drafted in Bob Horn (who died in December) to help out. We were to work together for nearly ten years.

David Potter

It soon became apparent that ET was changing. Not in its faithfulness to biblical truth and its practical outworking, nor in its policy on church issues. It was developing a different spirit, very much the result of Bob’s influence. The paper had provided cutting edge comment from three ‘angry young men’. Often it was just cutting, snide even.