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Dear Editor: Whereas: It becomes evident from time to time, and that in an increasing measure, that our Prot. Ref. people have no heart for the local Christian High School, and, Whereas: To my judgment, the breach between us and the Christian Reformed Church gradually becomes wider, especially after Dr. Schilder’s visit and his present writings in the “Reformatie, and, Whereas: It is our God given duty to bring up, and educate our children in that truth that He in His grace has revealed unto us, and, Whereas: According to information the Chr. Ref. people now partly pay for the...

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Dear Editor, On our last Classis, one Consistory came with a protest against the action of a neighboring Consistory, for admitting to the Lord’s Supper members that came to them from the first mentioned Consistory without the proper testimony of a godly walk. As I understand it, the protesting Consistory did not go in a body to the other, but just sent a cold letter of protest, (for a mere letter to settle difficulties between two parties, who confess the name of Christ is always cold). The neighboring Consistory did not give satisfaction, and so this protest came to Classis....

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Esteemed Editor! “Search the Scriptures!” is the mandate the Lord has given us, and I do not believe that this was only meant for ministers and teachers, but just as well for us, common laymen. So, after I read and studied your editorial, under the heading: Promise and Prediction, I can say that I agree fully, 100%, with it. That is the doctrine we, as Protestant Reformed Churches, have always be­lieved. But there is one thing I would like to have a little more light on; and that is your statement on page 226 of the Standard Bearer of February...

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