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In the May issue of the Reformed Journal Dr. James Daane writes an article entitled: “Reflections on Common Grace.” We enjoyed reading this article not because we agreed with its contents, but because we believe he seriously attempts to bring into dis­cussion the doctrine of common grace which has been virtually smothered in the Christian Reformed Church­es for more than 25 years, while at the same time he diligently attempts to defend this doctrine.

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Eating and Drinking Christ In the Blue Banner Faith and Life magazine of July-September issue, we came across the following review of Hoeksema’s latest book on the Heidelberg Catechism written by Adam Loughridge. We liked most of what the reviewer says of this book and pass on to our readers the entire article in the hope that it will encourage especially our own people to read the book.

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Under the above caption Dr. Janies Daane writes in the Reformed Journal of September, 1953. We gather that the theology of which he speaks has to do with the matter of common grace, while the schism to which he refers is the one which has recently taken place in the Protestant Reformed Churches. We have not the room to quote his entire article which is in­deed very interesting, but here are a few quotes:

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Most of our readers will remember that the Prot­estant Reformed Churches had received an invitation to attend the third Reformed Ecumenical Synod which was held last August in Edinburgh, Scotland. They are also aware of the fact that the delegates appointed by our Synod did not go as had been previously plan­ned. Because of our interest in this international ec­clesiastical assembly and its work, we thought it well to present the following gathered from the reports of two witnesses who attended. The two witnesses are the Rev.

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