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The Time Element in Genesis 1 and 2

Time and space figure so prominently in the affairs of mankind that we need constantly to remind ourselves that time and space are created categories, that they belong to the phenomenal universe in which we live. We use the words “eternal” and “everlasting” to describe that which is timeless. But we ought to realize that we have only […]

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Evangelical Responsibility

Dr. Carl F. H. Henry’s book Evangelical Responsibility in Contemporary Theology is small in size but rich in content. It gives a bird’s eye view of the current theological scene. And, of course, it gives this survey from the evangelical point of view. In particular it wants to discover the opportunity and therewith the responsibility […]

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Eyes to See and Ears to Hear

When the great composer Joseph Haydn wrote the music of his immortal “Creation,” he may have been sitting on a grassy hillside in June, as the sun descended in all its glory behind a delicate curtain of iridescent clouds whose beauty spoke clearly of the words in Psalm 19, “The heavens declare the glory of God and […]

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Christian Medical Society

The Christian Medical Society is an organization of physicians, medical students, and others in the profession whose purpose is to: (a) “present a positive witness of God our Father, Jesus Christ our Savior, and the Holy Spirit to our associates in the profession, and (b) gain the mutual strength and encouragement to be attained in meeting […]

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Book Review

The Visible Words of God by Joseph C. McLelland Wm. B. Eerdmuns Publishing Company, Grand Rapids, 1957. 291 pp. This book treats the sacramental tlleology of the Florentian Reformer Peter Martyr Vermigli (1500–1562). There are several factors that make this study one of interest and worth, especially for those of the historic Reformed faith. One […]

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