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Here I Stand!

(A Series of Lessons in the 37 Articles of The Confession of Faith, A Reformed Creed usually called The Belgic Confession.) Lesson 18—Article 21 THE SATISFACTION OF CHRIST, OUR ONLY HIGH PRIEST We believe that Jesus Christ is ordained with an oath to be an everlasting High Priest, after the order of Melchizedek; and that he has […]

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Letter to South Africa

The Rev. Dr. Daniel F. Malan, Prime Minister. Unie van Suid Afrika, Pretoria, U.S.A. Most esteemed and reverend brother: You are well aware of the fact. I am sure that the policy of apartheid associated with your administration does not receive a favorable press in the United States and Canada. It is very ordinary for us […]

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There is adventure ahead. One of the most stimulating adventures on which a person can embark is to study all the “ins” and “outs” of some element of Christian truth and to follow such truth into all the paths of life and practical experience that it significantly touches. It is our plan to enter upon such an […]

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Mind, Heart, and Antithesis

In the April issue of The Reformed Journal Dr. Henry Stob of Calvin Seminary presents his reply to our “Note to a Seminary Professor” appearing in the February number of Torch and Trumpet. Dr. Stob’s reply is entitled “Towards Better Understanding.” Needless to say we have read Dr. Stob’s reply with a great deal of interest […]

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Reply to Mr. Wolters

Dear Brother: First of all, we are grateful to notice that among our post-war immigrants there are many with a passionate interest in the truth of God and his church. Such interest, fortified by the training and experience of a rich tradition in Holland, may be used for teal improvement among us to whom you have […]

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Here I Stand!

(A Series of Lessons in the 37 Articles of The Confession of Faith, A Reformed Creed Usually Called The Belgic Confession.) LESSON 17 – ARTICLE XX GOD HAS MANIFESTED HIS JUSTICE AND MERCY IN CHRIST We believe that God, who is perfectly merciful and just, sent his Son to assume that nature in which the […]

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God’s Freemen

REFORMED piety is a free piety. This we stated explicitly in our first article. (Volume I, No.4). But since then we have developed two other characteristics of Reformed piety. characteristics also mentioned in the first article. In the first place we were quite emphatic about it that true piety is a piety of law of recognition of the […]

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Here I Stand!

Lesson 15 Article XVII The Recovery of Fallen Man We believe that our most gracious God, in his admirable wisdom and goodness, seeing that man had thus thrown himself into physical and spiritual death and made himself wholly miserable, was pleased to seek and comfort him, when he trembling fled from his presence, promising him […]

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