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Thou Shalt Love the Lord

The words, “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind,” are not new to any of us, yet I wonder how often we really understand what they imply. Thou shalt LOVE the Lord. What really is love? Perhaps the question is somewhat […]

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My Impressions of Covenant Christian High School (1)

Covenant Christian is not merely a “school,” a place of higher education for Christian young people. To me, Covenant Christian means Christian fellowship, understanding, unity, friendship; all of which, and more, stem from the very basic element — love. Not the kind of “love” where a person is required to wear a certain style of […]

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My Impressions of Covenant Christian High School (2)

It was a big jump from the crowded, bustling hallways and classrooms of the other Christian high schools to Covenant Christian. The landing gave one a jolt; things were so different. Now that there has been sufficient time for a recovery from that leap, I’ll take a look at the new surroundings. I found that, […]

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Impressions of Our Seminary

In my opinion there are three things which characterize our seminary — work, more work, and more work yet. Sounds rather sarcastic, doesn’t it? Perhaps, but at times this is all we seminary students can see. When the professors tell us that good grades are given only to those students who, because they are studying […]

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Friendship

There was a time when friendship was a fairly simple relationship. A friend was someone you liked and who liked you, someone with whom you shared your feelings and experiences and spent a good deal of time. Today it seems that friendship is much more complicated. People try to attach too many strings to it. […]

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Common Grace Easily Refuted

“As for Ishmael, I have heard thee. Behold, I have blessed him . . .” (Genesis 17:20). L. Berkhof in his Reformed Dogmatics (I, 31, Eerdmans, 1938) appeals in support of common grace to this text. It is popularly claimed that here is proof that God blesses all men, generally, including the reprobate. While keeping […]

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