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Dear Wesley: Many times I have reminisced about our former conversation relative to conditional theology.  I am inclined to believe that you do not hold to the “theology,” actually, as it is not in harmony with the Westminster Confessions.  In our own Reformed Confessions, “conditions” do not appear except in the mouth and in the […]

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Who Shall Separate Us?

“Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?”  Romans 8:35   Well?  Who shall?  Tribulation, distress, persecution, famine.  Death, life, angels, principalities, powers…?  Any one?  Any thing?  Us?  God’s Elect?  Believers in the mighty Jesus?  Really, this is not a question at all.  It’s a challenge.  The answer is:  No one!  No thing! Isn’t […]

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The Relation of Christian Liberty to Young People

What can young people do?  What may they not do?  Young people, members of the Church either by confession or baptism, must face these questions very often in the midst of this world.  And, almost needless to say, their parents face the same questions. The question seems most often involved with the matter of entertainment; […]

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The Covenant:  The basis for Christian Schools?

You will remember that we discussed in an earlier issue of BEACON LIGHTS the articles of Rev. Koops and Rev. Heerema.  We also promised after Rev. Heerema had stated his position in the Torch and Trumpet.  In the November issue of the above stated periodical Rev. Heerema further delineates his position. We should remind ourselves […]

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