The Fruit of Our Lips

The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit. Proverbs 18:21 Even the ungodly realize there are limitations to the freedom of speech we enjoy in America. Although we may espouse any view we wish, we may... next...

Teen Scene: Feet of the Gospel

ARE YOU READY? Pay attention and listen to the sayings of the wise; apply your heart to what I teach, for it is pleasing when you keep them in your heart and have all of them ready on your lips. So that your trust may be in the LORD. Proverbs... next...

We Said it Would Never Happen

When the foundations are being destroyed, what can the righteous do? (Psalm 11:3) We said it would never happen. We said there was no such thing as a “new hermeneutic” making its way through the corridors of the Christian Reformed... next...

Fences for Grazing

What does it mean to be Reformed? Yes, I know. This has been asked and answered a hundred and one times. Books have been written, lectures delivered, and nice audio albums produced all in the hopes of answering this one question – what... next...

My Only Comfort

“You know that you are ransomed from your futile ways ... with the precious blood of Christ” I Peter 1:18, 19 Last month we looked at the theme of the Heidelberg Catechism. We saw that the theme of the catechism is comfort. But what... next...

CanRC and URC Church Order Committees

This article is a Press Release of the meeting of the combined committees of the Canadian Reformed and United Reformed Churches to propose a common church order held December 11–12, 2002 at the United Reformed Church of Dutton, MI Present... next...

The New Perspective on Paul The Contribution of N.T. Wright (2)

In order to understand the full meaning of this summary statement of the doctrine of justification, we need to consider briefly several distinct aspects of Wright’s understanding. Chief among these are: 1) his interpretation of the phrase,... next...

Sound Bites Torch and Trumpet 1970

January 1970 “The grave leads to judgment …. Each man will receive exactly what he deserves: no more - but also no less. And the standard will be what man has done with the Word of God. None can escape. Does his life give evidence... next...

This Is My Outlook

Earlier in this issue Rev. Peter Moelker wrote a compassionate article about events occurring within the Christian Reformed Church. One can sense the frustration he is experiencing as he sees things happening within the denomination that he... next...

Book Review

Deborah Alcock, Done and Dared in Old France Neerlandia, AB / Pella, IA: Inheritance Publications, 2001. 286 pp. $14.95 CN, and $12.90 US, paperback. Like The Secret Mission: A Huguenot’s Dangerous Adventure in the Land of Persecution... next...
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