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The Old Testament Portrait of the Messiah

We believe that every page of the Old Testament speaks essentially about Christ. The Old Testament is not merely the history of the world before Christ came. It is not even the history of God’s people with some divine revelation of the promised Messiah sprinkled here and there. No, every word of the Old Testament […]

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Israel and the Nations

“Israel and the Nations” F. F. Bruce, published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., Grand Rapids, Michigan There are very few books published today which furnish a thorough and satisfactory account of Old Testament history. The book under review is not an exception. The information on the jacket says, among other things: “This unusual history […]

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The Rule of Faith and Life

At first glance it might seem quite unnecessary to express the subject matter of the fourth article of our Confession as a matter of faith. The article simply lists the sixty-six books of the Old and New Testaments which we confess to be canonical. This matter is not disputed in Reformed circles. All are agreed […]

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