The Berkhof We Don’t Remember (2)

In our May issue, we started a series under this same title. Our readers may remember that we quoted from an old volume Subjects and Outlines by Louis Berkhof who wrote in outline-form for young people. Some of these theses of this spiritual stalwart are not above criticism. At the same time, they are reminders […]

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Book Reviews

RENAISSANCE TO REFORMATION, by Albert Hyma. Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., Grand Rapids, Mich., 1951, 591 pages, price $6.00. Sometimes we like to think of the Reformation as striking transalpine Catholicism with the precipitate abruptness of a flash flood. Luther’s tack hammer reverberates like thunder in our ears. Hyma says, Not so! The movement […]

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