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Six Steps to Leadership

There should be no greater concern that occupies the attention of a young man as he goes into adulthood than his calling to take his place in the church.  Therefore, it does us good to consider what is appropriate in that preparation.  We must keep in mind that for young men that calling will be […]

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Equality in Prayer? Yes

“Mister Jones, will you please close with prayer?” Every week our Young People’s Society ends in this manner, for each time a male member of the society leads in closing prayer. But I think the young women in our society also have a place in the leadership of prayer. Therefore, to the question: “Should women […]

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Equality in Prayer? No

In these modern times, placing women on an equal plane with men is the growing trend. This trend toward “equality” is also reaching into the churches in America. Many of the Christian Reformed Churches now allow women an equal voice and vote in matters of the individual church’s government and doctrine. As a natural result […]

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The Woman’s Sphere

Our recent national elections have brought to the fore the perennial question of woman’s suffrage, or more particularly whether the Christian woman’s calling is to vote. There seems to be quite some disagreement on this point. It might, therefore, be interesting and instructive to listen in on a discussion Mary and Martha are having on […]

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The Mutual Relationship of the Sexes

Before I say anything at all about the subject “The Mutual Relationship of the sexes,” I wish to make a couple of introductory and clarifying remarks.  In the first place, when I write a few lines about the topic proper, I wish to state that I conceive of my subject in a very limited sense.  […]

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