Open or Close Communion?

By close communion the Church attempts to be faithful in her calling to exercise discipline. By open communion the gates of the Church are opened to the world and worldliness. When Classis Holland met in the Church building at Zeeland on April 8, 1857, four letters of secession were read. Of the four, the one […]

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HOW GREAT THOU ART!… Reformed Christians have committed themselves to the position that “we know God by two means.” The first is by the creation, preservation and government of the universe which we acknowledge “is before our eyes as a most elegant book.” But how many of us really take time to read that book in our […]

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