A Theology of Revolution?

Ecumenical concern begins at home. It is therefore not surprising that many of us have recently paid significant attention to the reformed community in the Netherlands. That community is a member of the “family.” It is the mother of reformed groups in distant parts of the world: Australia, Indonesia, South Africa, North and South America. […]

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Dr. Henry, Duality and Ethics

DR HENRY RESPONDS TO MR. ZYLSTRA Mr. Zylstra does me the honor of a serious and lengthy appraisal of my book, and I appreciate the fact that he has much to commend. Four lectures, appropriately designated Aspects of Christian Social Ethics, must necessarily leave gaps in the defining of positions, although I am persuaded that […]

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Aspects of Christian Social Ethics

It cannot be said of North American evangelical Christians that they have exerted themselves very actively in the public areas of national life. Christians of whom this cannot be said so bluntly are mainly Roman Catholics or “liberals” who are still defending the left-overs of the Social Gospel. Evangelicals spend much time defending an infallible Bible and […]

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