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Christ and the Beat Generation

Life is only a pile of rubbish.  What have we to look forward to?  Somebody is going to start a war, and we go into the arm.  Then an atomic bomb will drop, and it will be all over. This isn’t what you believe, is it! But, this is the world and life view of […]

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Dear Frank: Your question of some time ago, “Where did sin originate?” is admittedly a difficult one.  Both pagan and modern thought have wrestled with this age-old problem of evil, but have no adequate solution honoring to God.  Reformed theology (the doctrine of Scripture) alone faces the matter squarely, and handles the subject with any […]

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A Protestant Reformed World and Life View

“Prone to hate God and his neighbor!”  This is the eternal judgment of God upon wicked men.  Even in all their marvelous accomplishments, nothing else can be said but this.  No matter what man may attempt to do and actually succeed in doing, he is only adding to his sin.  Everything that comes into his […]

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Perfect Submission

“yet He opened not His mouth.”  Isaiah 53:7b   The exact words these are which the Ethiopian eunuch was reading, when Philip the Evangelist met him, in the desert, on the way from Jerusalem to Gaza, and expounded to him the Gospel concerning the Christ of God. Remember that beautiful story? An angel of the […]

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Lesson 13 (Revelation 6:1-8):  The Four Horsemen General Remarks: The seals in general: this passage introduces the opening of the seals.  b.  These Seals (1) Represent forces and events that proceed from the decree of God.  We remember that the book with its seven seals is symbol of God’s living decree concerning the things that must […]

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The Lord’s Supper During Lent?

“Now the first day of the feast of unleavened bread the disciples came unto Jesus, saying unto him, Where wilt thou that we prepare for thee to eat the Passover?”  (Matt. 26:17)  So it was that the disciples found themselves present at the last feast of the Passover and first Supper of the New Testament, […]

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Tempest Over Scotland

Tempest Over Scotland – (183 pp) by Norman E. Nygaard – Zondervan Publishing House $2.50 The 16th century was the century of the Reformation. The conflict between Catholic and Reformed forces was a life and death struggle in the spiritual realm, but also in the physical. The bitter opposition to the Reformed cause raged in […]

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The Day Christ Died

The Day Christ Died by Jim Bishop Confessing the impossibility of any Christian (including himself) to be perfectly objective when viewing the death of Christ, Bishop here reconstructs both the historical events and the background of Christ’s crucifixion with intense clarity and force. To read this book without first reading the preface is to rob […]

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Teaching Patriotism

You may wonder, how does one teach patriotism or can patriotism be taught?  Are not the citizens of the country naturally loyal and patriotic to their own country?  Don’t children, growing up in a country, become loyal to their native land?  It seems to be a human characteristic that a person is loyal to the […]

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Biblical Basis for Church Litigation

In I Corinthians 6:1 we read, “Dare any of you, having a matter against another, go to law before the unjust, and not before the saints?”  The Apostle Paul is reproving the Corinthians for carrying their disputes before unbelieving judges, as if there is none in the church qualified to pass judgment.  It is better […]

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