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QUEEN WILHELMINA IS DEAD The former queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands died November 28 at the age of 82. When she relinquished her throne and was succeeded by her daughter Juliana, she refused to retain the title of queen and wished to be called Princess Wilhelmina. She had many sterling qualities for which she was […]

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Berkouwer on Providence and Election

In this discussion of Dr. Berkouwer’s view of Providence and Election, Dr. Carl Bogue points out Berkouwer’s unwillingness to accept reprobation as the flip side of God’s election. The “hard sayings” of the Canons of Dort, the idea of reprobation, the rejection of some, is a problem to Berkouwer. But at the same time, Berkouwer […]

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Bavinck the Dogmatician: The Doctrine of Election

In the outline of his Reformed Dogmatics, Bavinck follows the usual sequence of doctrinal topics of Christian theology in the western tradition.1 As we have seen in previous articles, after an introductory volume on theological prolegomena, which treats at considerable length the formal questions of the nature of theology as a science and the doctrine […]

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