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An Open address to the ecclesiastical assemblies of the Protestant Reformed Churches and their respective office bearers. The things of which we write are controversial, yet they are important for both of us and we hope that you will give these things the attention that they deserve, and that with no caviling. These are things […]

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My Most Unforgettable Teacher

The early morning smelled of mud puddles and budding trees. Intoxicated by warm sunshine washing wet sidewalks and breathing over wet sand, groups of school children laughed and shouted as they boisterously played “Hannibal Crossing the Alps,” on the banks of a gurgling creek. A few girls skipped and panted as they raced with jump […]

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Thy Word, Our Guide

Should the Bible be used in solving the problems of current social trends in America? I think the Word of God is the basis of all the principles on which we are to live, from when we are little children until the time we die. Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he […]

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The 1968 Convention

Time is speeding by and before we know it the convention will be here. We hope you all plan to attend and we will try and give you a picture of what to expect. Once again the convention will be held on a weekend with the usual registration taking place from 7:00-10:00 p.m. on Thursday […]

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Black and white, religious leaders looked upon Dr. Martin Luther King with some kind of awe. They saw something of the Old Testament prophet in him. And his closest followers looked on him almost as a messiah. He had a “charisma” as the theologians put it, an inspired quality, an inner force pressing him on. […]

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Gossip

In answer to brother V. Graeser’s request for “Explanation, Please!” I have only the following brief remarks to make: I have used the word gossip throughout the 27 years of my ministry in the same sense that the late Rev. H. Hoeksema condemns talebearers and tattlers, see I Tim. 5:13, in his treatment of the […]

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A Stranger in a Strange Land

“By faith Abram sojourned in the land of promise, as in a. strange country, dwelling in, tabernacles with Isaac and Jacob, the heirs with him of the same promise.”—Hebrews 11:9 The account of Abram’s arriving in the land of Canaan is presented in the 12th chapter of Genesis. God had called Abram from Ur to […]

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The Origin of Life

To ask a rather hackneyed question, Was the seed before the plant? or the plant before the seed? The latter is what we believe. However, some think the seed was before the plant. They are led to think so by the way they read the King James Version of Gen. 1:12. They place a hyphen […]

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A Symposium on Creation

A Symposium on Creation by Henry M. Morris and others, published by Baker Book House, Grand Rapid, Michigan. Paperback, 156 pages, $1.95. This book contains the following papers: “Science versus Scientism,” by Henry M. Morris. “Creationist Viewpoints,” by John W. Klotz “Can We Accept Theistic Evolution?,” by Paul A. Zimmerman “The Origins of Civilization,” by […]

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