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Freedom of Religion in Russia

In this terrible and destructive war which is being waged between the Allied nations and the Axis powers, it is indeed strange that the great Russia is numbered among the Allies. Our President gave as the basis for the uniting of the Allies as war partners the “Four Freedoms”. In this article, we are concerned […]

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The Narrow Bridge

We always knew that the Common Grace Bridge was not safe for travel. When the Synod of the Christian Reformed Churches in 1924 hastily strung this trestle on the well-known “three points” in order to bridge the gap between the church and the world, they issued the warning: Danger, go Slow! The bridge had been […]

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Unknown

We live in an age of speed. So much occurs in a single day, to say nothing of a month, that one is at a loss to write a few lines under the heading Current Events. When finally what has been written is published, it seems like ancient history already. While writing the middle section […]

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A Light Upon Our Path

Have you ever had to go out at night and walk down some dark street or road? Have you ever been out when the night was so dark that you actually couldn’t see your hand when you held it up before you and therefore had to feel your way around? Or have you ever come […]

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The Sovereign Grace Hour

When a chorus or singing-school renders a program, the singers usually feel quite well satisfied when they can do so for a large and attentive audience. I am sure a radio speaker would also greatly appreciate knowing exactly how many listeners he has and with how much interest his audience is listening. One of the […]

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Young People’s Societies Report

News from Holland: In these days of turmoil and strife, worldly mindedness and sin, the Christian realizes more and more the urgent need to Christian fellowship. We cannot expect to find this type of fellowship in the world. This is alone found where God’s people are gathered together. Our church and societies are the means […]

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An Amphibian — The Frog

The harp at Nature’s advent strung Has never ceased to play; The song the stars of morning sung Has never died away. And prayer is made, and praise is given. By all things near and far. – John Greenleaf Whittier   Once again, we eagerly look for signs of Spring—perhaps, the most welcome of all […]

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A Reformation in Randolph

On August 15, 1944, Rev. C. Hanko, pastor of the Oak Lawn, Illinois, Protestant Reformed Church preached his first sermon expounding the Protestant Reformed truth in the pavilion of the Randolph. Wisconsin village park. Previous to that Sunday evening Rev. Hanko had visited several families who were known to be interested in our doctrine, and […]

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Letters

In the February issue of our magazine I noted with interest that the Executive Board is to submit “a plan by which we hope to elect new officers to carry on the work of the Federation”. I will admit that I do not know what this plan is, but I dare say that my suggestion […]

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To Our Boys in Service

Grand Rapids, MI Feb. 29, 1944 Dear Fellows, Lenten Season! The season when the Church of Christ in the world is accustomed to concentrate her attention in a special manner upon the sufferings of our Lord and Redeemer, and His death on the accursed tree. One cannot help making a comparison for a moment between […]

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