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Index April 1958 to March 1959 (No. 1 to 10)

AUTHOR Index: Allis, Oswald T.: “The Time Element in Genesis 1 and 2”, No. 3, Page 17 Andrews, Elizabeth: “Christian Freedom”, No. 2, Page 14 Bouman, Wilma: “Mental Health Testing in Public and Christian Schools, No. 9, Page 12 Cameron, Viola: “Who is My Neighbor?”, No. 5, Page 13 Danhof, Ralph J.: “Calvin Auditorium – […]

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Index for Volume VII

Author Index Bavinck, Herman, “On the Origin and Essence of Man”, (from his book – “Our Reasonable Faith”) No. 4 page 15 Bosscher, Albert, “Critique of L. De Koster’s ‘All Ye That Labor’” No. 2 page 24 Breedveld, Peter, “A Student Looks at Paul Tillich” No. 4 page 18 Danhof, Ralph J ., “The Gods That Failed” No. 10 page 16 De Jong, Alexander C., (Feature: […]

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The Father of the Christian School

Groen van Prinsterer, the father of the Christian Schools was born 150 years ago, in 1801. He died 75 years ago, in 1876. Christians in the Netherlands, especially the school-people, have remembered the occasion this past summer. A friend gave me a copy of “School en Huis,” the official organ of the “Unie, Een School Met […]

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“Be Ye Separate”

“Overture 1812” is Tchaikovsky’s stirring musical picture of Napoleon’s triumphant march into, and his in glorious retreat from Russia. The fiery music of the “Marseillaise” inspires the soldiers as they march to Moscow. Alons ellfants de la patrie, Ie jour de gloire est arrive. Bravely, confident of victory, they enter the city: the trap. Then: the fire! Hasty […]

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Training for Godliness

“Have nothing to do with godless myths and old wives’ tales; rather, train yourself to be godly” (I Tim. 4:7).         The Scripture passage above is excellent advice for Christians in every generation, but especially in ours. Part of training for godliness is to cultivate and develop a Christian Mind—a way of […]

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