September

Lesson from Haggai (#7): Haggai 2:1–5

...Who is left among you who saw this temple in its former glory? And how do you see it now? In comparison with it,is this not in your eyes as nothing? Yet now be strong...and work; for I am with you, says the Lord of hosts. According to the... next...

Godly Compassion

More Than One Way? is the title of a recent book on a very important question: Is faith in Jesus the only way to salvation or is it possible for non-Christians also to be saved?1 In this book several authors present four quite distinct answers... next...

Deacons at Prayer

In the last issue I challenged the eldership to prayer: specific, diligent and faithfully practiced prayer. In this one, I direct that same challenge to the deacons in the church. A couple of introductory comments are in order. With the elders,... next...

Post-millennialism

After having summarized the millennial views of historic pre-millennialism and dispensationalism, it would be tempting now to offer a biblical evaluation and critique of them. By simply summarizing these views and offering no evaluation of them... next...

Book Review: Battle to Destroy Truth

Battle to Destroy Truth by Claris Van Kuiken. Ed. Edwin P. Elliott. (Reformation Educational Foundation, Manassas, VA). ISBN 1-888578-01-7, $15.95, 340pp. Reviewed by Laurie Vanden Heuvel. While the women in church office debate was raging in... next...

Why I Homeschool

“Why do you homeschool?” Of all the questions I knew I would have to field when I embarked on this radical lifestyle, this was the one I dreaded most. I did not have strong negative feelings about leaving the school system as some... next...

Homeschooling as an Educational Choice

INTRODUCTION Few choices will have as lasting an impact on one’s child than the school which he/she attends. For thirteen years, school dominates the child’s life: shaping his/her thinking, molding his/her character, and to a certain... next...

Don’t Drink the Water

There’s a joke being told in Mexico that if you’re visiting Washington, D.C., don’t drink the water. The city government last week warned residents that bacteria levels were so high that the elderly and people with weakened... next...

Berkouwer and the Battle for the Bible (1)

This month and next month, Dr. Bogue focuses on Dr, G.C. Berkouwer’s view of Scripture, which is of course, the fatal flaw which produces error on many other issues. It must be understood at the outset, that here again, we see an early... next...

Church & World September 1996

INTER-CLASSICAL CONFERENCE TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 7 AND 8 The 1995 Inter-Classical Conference of Christian Reformed Churches meeting in South Holland promised to arrange another meeting of the conference should Synod 1996 of the Christian Reformed... next...
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