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Psychology and Life

Psychology! Already you are probably skeptical and suspicious, aren’t you? Usu­ally when one hears that word he immedi­ately thinks of the psychiatrist and his couch. But really psychology is much more than that. Even in its simplest form it enters into our lives every day. Children use psychology on their parents and parents use it […]

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Our Fleeting Days as Covenant Youth

You, as the covenant youth of our churches, are well acquainted with the fact that man is here upon this earth but for a season. This is not recognized by all, I would have you notice, and this also is evidenced in many ways. But we will dis­cuss that presently. This thought is very Scriptural, […]

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Convention Diagnosis

The youth of our Protestant Reformed Churches are again awaiting their annual convention. These conventions have been held annually for twenty-two years, except for several years during the mid-forties. In reviewing the analyses of these past con­ventions, it is amazing to note the similar­ity between the first conventions and those held in recent years. Since […]

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Christian Liberty and Observance of Days

“One man esteemeth one day above another; another esteemeth every day alike. Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind. He that regardeth the day, regardeth it unto the Lord; and he that regardeth not the day, to the Lord he doth not regard it. He that eateth, eateth to the Lord; for […]

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“In the beginning of the seventeenth century, Arminianism rose as a necessary and wholesome reaction against scholastic Calvinism, but was defeated in the Synod of Dordt, 1619, which adopted the five knotty canons of unconditional predestination, limited atonement, total depravity, irresistible grace, and the perseverance of the saints . . . The Bible gives us […]

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Choosing One’s Friends

The time of youth is a difficult time — especially in the age in which we live. Ask any young person. There are many dif­ficult problems he must confront. What must one’s life’s work be? To what degree may the youth go along with the enter­tainment presented about us? Must youth also walk according to […]

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Some Questions

  As Convention time draws nearer, we as young people must ask ourselves several questions. The answers will determine whether or not the convention will be a success. For we must decide if we will at­tend. And certainly, a main factor in the success of the “convention of P.R.Y.P.” is the amount of “P.R.Y.P.” that […]

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