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Step-Children of the Reformation

The Anabaptists have in the past been treated rather shabbily, much like the proverbial “step-children.” This is the basic judgment of the Rev. Leonard Verduin whose interest in his subject extends over a period of many years and has stirred him to write this book on The Reformers and Their Step-children. In a series of chapters, each […]

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Formula for Gratitude

In this mathematically minded age we should analyze our feelings of thankfulness in terms of a fraction. Let the top ( the numerator) represent the multitude of blessings each one of us can count. But our gratitude does not depend only on the number of our blessings. There is another factor that is just as […]

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Cunningham on “Calvinistic Universalism”

William Cunningham, who was born in 1805 and died in 1861, was one of the most famous of the Scotch Presbyterian theologians. He and Charles Hodge each regarded the other as the greatest reformed theologian of that time. His master work, Historical Theology, first issued in 1862, was recently reprinted after being out of print for […]

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“The Unity and Disunity of the Church”

The book mentioned in the heading of this article is a Wm. B. Eerdmans publication. Its author is Dr. G.W. Bromiley, an evangelical Anglican, and a recent addition to the Faculty of Fuller Theological Seminary. This is an important book. It reveals wide learning and deals with a subject which holds first place in the […]

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The Social Power of the Resurrection Witness

“And with great power gave the apostles their witness of the Lord Jesus: and great grace was upon them all For neither was there among them any that lacked: for as many as were possessors of lands or houses sold them, and brought the prices of the things that were sold, and laid them at the apostles’ feet: […]

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Letter to the President

President Elect William Clinton The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington DC 20050 Mr. President: When you on January 20 assume the nation’s highest governing office, our prayers and those of many other Christians will accompany you for wisdom to face its burdensome responsibilities (1 Tim. 2:1,2). This letter is prompted by your unusual invitation […]

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Time magazine last December, extravagantly praised the new biography of the world’s most prominent scientist who produced its reigning theory of quantum electrodynamics. Plunging into 438 pages of text gave some grounds for the Library Journal to characterize it as: “One of the most touching, affecting and important works of scientific biography in the last […]

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