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Of Toleration

Intolerance is one of the charges leveled most consistently at the heart of the church which has the calling before Jesus Christ, as King of the Church, to remain pure in doctrine and in practice. When this purity of doctrine and uprightness in practical liv­ing is maintained in the church and in the lives of […]

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The Loveland Protestant Reformed Christian School

In April of 1959, a school society was organized by the members of the Loveland Protestant Reformed Church. This was just ten months after the Loveland church had been accepted into the Protestant Reformed denomination. The five-member school board immediately began work, and worked diligently through the next two years. The board decided that two […]

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Equality in Prayer? Yes

“Mister Jones, will you please close with prayer?” Every week our Young People’s Society ends in this manner, for each time a male member of the society leads in closing prayer. But I think the young women in our society also have a place in the leadership of prayer. Therefore, to the question: “Should women […]

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Equality in Prayer? No

In these modern times, placing women on an equal plane with men is the growing trend. This trend toward “equality” is also reaching into the churches in America. Many of the Christian Reformed Churches now allow women an equal voice and vote in matters of the individual church’s government and doctrine. As a natural result […]

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Genesis 6

  Deliverance Through Judgment The Pre-deluvian Conditions Genesis 6:1-8 These verses relate the amazing truth con­cerning the total depravity of man and the rapid development of sin during the first sixteen hundred and fifty years. Contrary to the notion contained in the common grace theory that God restrains sin in the unre­generate, this passage demonstrates […]

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Cults and Sects- Jehovah’s Witnesses

The religious system, currently known as Jehovah’s Witnesses, was originally known as Russellism and was conceived by Charles Taze Russell. Russell was born of godly parents and as a lad was possessed of a soul- haunting fear of hell. Russell was a self- styled pastor, who warned people to attend church and escape hell. The […]

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Christian Liberty and Proper Mutual Respect

“For one believeth that he may eat all things; another, who is weak, eateth herbs. Let not him that eateth despise him that eateth not; and let not him which eateth not judge him that eateth: for God hath received him.” We continue to consider the matter of Christian liberty in things indifferent. Reference to […]

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The Glorious “Way of Sorrows”

Youth of His Church, our thoughts are once more drawn to Christ on Calv’ry. Because we are each one a member of His chosen race, we seek to know the story and its meaning, though we surely cannot comprehend the reason why. Does mere man deem he knows the central motivation of that love wherewith […]

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Seminary

The undersigned, when first asked to write an article of this nature, hesitated. He has only been in the Seminary for a little over one semester and, therefore, has hardly had time to form well defined judgments concerning the school and his work done there. Nevertheless, he consented to write because of two reasons. The […]

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