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Mr. Clarke is a member of the Covenant Reformed Fellowship of Larne, Northern Ireland, a mission of the PRC. Who is the head of the church, Jesus Christ or the Pope? In our controversy with Rome over their doctrine of the Papacy, this is the fundamental issue at stake. Our Reformed forefathers recognized this, and it is on this point that the Westminster Confession of Faith makes its damning condemnation of the Pope, when it states in chapter 25, paragraph VI: “There is no other head of the Church but the Lord Jesus Christ: nor can the Pope of Rome...

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Mr. John Clarke is an Ulster Presbyterian, a son of the Scottish Covenanters. He and his family are members of the Reformed Covenant Fellowship of Larne, Northern Ireland, which is requesting a missionary from the PRC. Samuel Rutherford was the leading theologian in Scotland during the first half of the 17th century. To most of us he is probably best known by his letters, said by Spurgeon to be “the nearest thing to inspiration which can be found in all the writings of mere men.” But this is not his only work. He wrote extensively against Arminianism and as a...

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Mr. Clarke is an elder in the Covenant Protestant Reformed Church in Ballymena, Northern Ireland. He spoke as an official representative of this church, a sister church of the PRC. The graduate is a son of the Ballymena congregation. Brothers and sisters, may I first of all bring to you greetings from the Covenant Protestant Reformed Church in Northern Ireland and also express to you our thanks for the invitation to participate in this joyful and special occasion, when we celebrate together the graduation of our beloved brother, Angus Stewart. For all of these involved this is indeed a time...

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