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The Illness of Our Church

In name and confession, we of the Protestant Reformed Church are very Christian. Our confessions are wholly Reformed and as a denomination we subscribe to beautiful declarations of faith. Even our name, Protestant Reformed, is antithetical. But as a young member of our church, I see the illness in it. What we say we believe […]

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Beware of Dead Orthodoxy

What is Dead Orthodoxy? What are the historical conditions that give rise to the phenomenon that we call dead orthodoxy. Dead orthodoxy rises in a church that has been engaged in a fierce struggle for the truth after she has been forced to make a sharp distinction between truth and error. From one point of […]

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Dead Orthodoxy

I have a group of questions from a reader that I herewith answer in the order in which I received them. The first question reads: “Is there such a thing as dead orthodoxy?”   Answer: First the term “orthodoxy”. The word is from the Greek and means, “right opinion or doctrine.” I take it then, […]

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Crossroads

There still exists in our circles a cala­mitous underestimation of the gravity of the problem with which our churches are now contending as regards the confes­sional standards upon which our churches are grounded and in which lies the future of the true church of Christ upon this earth. Just now, without a doubt, our churches […]

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