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Hagar and Ishmael in Biblical Allegory

In the previous article, that part of Galatians 4 containing the allegory referring to Hagar was quoted. First, you read there in verses 22 and 23 that “Abraham had two sons, one by the handmaid and one by the freewoman. Howbeit, the son by the handmaid has been born after the flesh; but the son […]

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News from, for and about our churches

Miscellaneous: On March 26 the Federation Board very successfully sponsored an auction at the Van Hill Furniture Company. All items were donated by members of the various congregations and all profit will be used by the Board to help defray expenses for the coming young people’s convention. On Friday, March 28, the Hope School presented […]

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Finding A Wife

“Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favor of the LORD.” Prov. 18:22 She was a very pretty girl by all the standards which are natural for ascertaining natural beauty. She did not only have a very beautiful figure, the right dimensions; she also had a pleasant personality. Besides, she was intelligent […]

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My first impression of this topic was its irrelevance to Protestant Reformed young people because none of us is trying to find ourselves thru the medium of LSD, “grass”, or glue sniffing; none of us are hippies who have become disillusioned by The Establishment. But when I considered the generation gap as a term meaning […]

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Science and God

As Christian young people, we often face difficult problems in our relationship to the world. Not the least of these problems arises when we are confronted with the world of science. We study the physical world around us in order to determine or establish general facts, to categorize these facts, to find relationships between these […]

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Convention Transportation Preview

To no other Convention, which I can remember, has so much attention and enthusiasm been given, than to the Protestant Reformed Young Peoples Convention to be held this summer. The variety of activities sponsored by the young people to earn money which will aid in the expenses of the Convention reveals this great enthusiasm. The […]

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A Report from the Federation Board

This year’s Federation Board was again hard at work under its new president, Ron VanOverloop, who succeeded its former president, Don Jonker. Other new additions to the Board included Karyn Kuiper who replaced Ruth Bol as secretary; Sally Elzinga who became librarian in place of Wilma Haveman; and Prof. Hanko who took over one of […]

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