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Near to God

Near to God – a.l. Abraham Kuyper – Eerdmans – 108 pp. – $2.00 Every Christian home needs a variety of good literature. Readers in the Christian home should not only enjoy good fiction and biography but should also find time to meditate with the Christian author. In this fundamentally Reformed book the author revels […]

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Out of the Earth

Out of The Earth – r.h. E. M. Blauklock – Eerdmans – 92 pp. – $2.00 This book is evidence of the value and virtue of Christian scientific investigation. Archaeology, which is the study of past human life as revealed by artifacts and writings of ancient people, is the content of this book – especially […]

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Education at Our Seminary

Among the various educational institutions found among us as Protestant Reformed people, our Theological School occupies, from every point of view, a unique position. This is true, in the first place, from the point of view of its physical facilities. The Theological School of the Protestant Reformed Churches boasts no imposing plant consisting of several […]

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Education – Ally or Enemy

Members of the Protestant Reformed Churches have committed themselves to the support of a force called education. This is a fact. They have founded several grade schools and are in the process of beginning a high school. For all of these they alone are responsible. Besides, whether they approve or not, all of the constituency […]

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Revelation 11:14-12:17

LESSON XXVII (Revelation 11:14 -19) The Seventh Trumpet 1. vss. 14, 15a a. “The second woe is past”; The last three trumpets are three woes. 1) The first of these was the plague of the locusts out of the abyss; 9:1-11 2) The second was the judgment of the triple monsters; 9:13-21. 3) Now, after […]

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Education and the Arts

Education is everything. The peach was once a bitter almond; cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education. Mark Twain The title of this article should immediately bring into mind three questions. What is education: What are the arts? How are the two related? The first question we will not answer, for it undoubtedly […]

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The Prayer of the Pauper

Lord, listen please to my excuses; I have so many bills to pay, That when one comes for Kingdom causes, I have to turn the man away. We thank Thee for the school we’ve got, Where children may be taught Thy fear; But don’t expect me to support it: “Twill have to wait another year. […]

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