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Korte Dogmatiek by Prof. Dr. K. Dijk. Published by J.H. Kok N.V., Kampen, the Netherlands. 312 pages. Price (paperback) 3.25 guilders. In English the title of this book would possibly be short, or brief, or condensed Dogmatics. It is an excellent little volume. Reading it GlIs one with admiration for the ability of the author […]

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Two Protestants Look at Rome

THE SECOND VATICAN COUNCIL AND THE NEW CATHOLICISM by G. C. Berkouwer. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., Grand Rapids, 1965. Translated by lewis B. Smedes. 264 pages. Price $5.95 ROMAN CATHOLICISM TODAY by H. M. Carson. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., Grand Rapids. First American Edition 1965. 128 pages. Price (paper) $1.45 Though, generally speaking, […]

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Theological Dictionary of the New Testament Gerhard Killel (editor). Translated by Geoffrey W. Bromiley from the German. Vol. I, xl + 793 pages. Published by Wm. B. Eerdman, Publish· ing Co., Grand Rapids, Mich., and London. Price $18.50. The reviewer has purchased this important work from the time when the first German volume appeared. For accurate exegesis […]

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Implications of Evolution by G. A. Kerkvt. Pergamon Press, Inc., 122 East 55th Street, New York 22, N. Y.; in Britain: Headington Hill Hall, Oxford; 4-5 Fitzroy Square, london W. 1, England. 1960, pp. 174. $5.00. This book is part of a series entitled “International Series of Monographs on Pure and Applied Biology.” The author of […]

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The New Covenant Israel by WM. E. COX, 1963, Third edition, 74 pages An Examination of Dispensationalism by WM. E. COX, 1963, 58 pages, Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., Philadelphia These two paperbacks by the same author are significant. The author, a southern Baptist, and steeped in the teachings of the Scofield Bible. becomes a convert […]

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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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The Prophets and the Promise by WILLIS J. BEECHER, Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, 1963 (Reprint of 1905 edition), 427pp. including 7 pages of index, $4.95. In considering the worth of any theological book, its content on balance with its cost in money and reading time, one is compelled to ask what contribution it makes […]

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The Dead Sea Scrolls by CHARLES F. PFIEFFER, 2nd ed., Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1962, 119 pp., $2.50 Tell el Amarna and the Bible by CHARLES F. PFEIFFER, Baker Studies in Biblical Archaeology II, Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1963, 75 pp., $1.50 (paper). Discoveries as important as the Dead Sea scrolls come few […]

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By Shannon Guerra Create Space Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. 92 pages. Paperback. In Upside Down, Shannon Guerra gives to the reader a beautiful, insightful, and illustrative explanation of the joys, challenges, pains, and adjustment issues that adoptive families go through, all in the process of seeking to show unconditional Christian love to adoptive children. Drawing […]

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Book Review: Called to Watch for Christ’s Return

Martyn McGeown. Called to Watch for Christ’s Return. Jenison, MI: Reformed Free Publishing Association, 2016. xviii, 286 pp. (includes textual index). Paperback. With all the natural and governmental upheaval of our times, many are asking if this is because Christ is about to return. Of course, there are those who readily try to give a […]

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