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James 2 (2)

Chapter 3: 8-11 A. What is the royal law? 1.   There is a law of God for every creature, a Divine norm or rule, boundary line within which every creature must confine itself.  This applies e.g. to the birds, the fishes, plants.  Besides, this law for each particular creature is in har­mony with the nature […]

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A Christian in the Nursing Field

What really is the nursing profession, and where can one of God’s chosen people find a place in it? Is there really a place for us, who are Protestant Reformed youth? I be­lieve the answer is yes. Each one must consider nursing within himself and come to a conclusion as an individual con­cerning his or […]

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Current Events and Comments

“East Christian High’s first dance has come and gone.” These were the opening words of an article written by the editor in the October 20, 1966, issue of ECH’s school paper. Court views. The article was con­cerned with student opinion of a square dance held at ECU about two weeks earlier. The results of this […]

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Is the War in Vietnam a Just War?

This question, which involves our position in Vietnam and the many peripheral ques­tions have been main topics of discussion over the past several years. Because this situation has so closely affected all of our lives it does not lack in public opinion. For example, those who can remember the Korean and the Second World War, […]

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Joy, Horror, Apathy

Young people, another year has drawn to a close.  Closed forever is the Book of 1966 and soon it will become part of the hoary past and be for the most part forgotten. Another year, however, is ready to open itself. Does this passing from one year into another fill you with joy, with horror, […]

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The Incarnation

Again our hearts are filled with joy as, in a special way We celebrate our Savior’s birth, well known as “Christmas Day.” Our thoughts are drawn to Bethlehem, the place of Jesus birth. The Son of God, incarnate to dwell upon the earth. He left His home in glory in flesh her to abide. Obedient […]

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Thoughts on the Doctrine of Election (19)

Its Proclamation (continued) In the last installment we saw that the Bible is the Book of Election from cover to cover. We saw that both the Old and New Testaments are full of election and that election is the very heart of the gospel. In this connection, we saw that many in the preaching of […]

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