THE UNITY IN CREATION, by Russell Maatman; Dordt College Press, Sioux Center Iowa, 1978;. 144 pp., paper. (Reviewed by Prof. H. Hanko) In a Foreword by Bernard Haan, President of Dordt College, this book is introduced with the following:
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New RFPA Catalogue. Within the past month a new catalogue of all our RFPA publications, plus most other Protestant Reformed publications, has become available. A supply of these catalogues should soon be available in many of the churches. But if you want one immediately, write to RFPA Publications, P.O. Box 2006, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49501
The second semester of the school-year is well underway. Prof. R. Cammenga taught an interim course, between the semesters, on “Contemporary Roman Catholic Theology.” Senior seminarian Heath Bleyenberg has rejoined us, having successfully completed his six-month internship in the Hudsonville Protestant Reformed Church in Hudsonville, MI under the supervision of Hudsonville’s council, particularly the Rev. G. Eriks. In addition to his regular courses, Mr. Bleyenberg is preparing for his synodical examinations before the synod in June. Third-year seminarian Cory Griess will do his internship in the Hull Protestant Reformed congregation in Hull, IA, beginning in July 2008 under the tutelage...
The Protestant Reformed Seminary began its eighty-third year of instruction of men for the ministry of the word and sacraments on August 28. Prof. David Engelsma opened the school year for the faculty and students with a chapel-speech on I Samuel 17:38-40 entitled, “Unsuitable Armor.” Seven men are full-time students. Mr. Nathan Langerak, son of the Hope Protestant Reformed Church in Walker, Michigan, is a fourth-year student. He is married to Carrie. They have two children. Nathan is presently doing his internship at the Grandville Protestant Reformed Church in Grandville, Michigan. He will finish his training with courses at the seminary the...
Beloved Brothers and Sisters in our Lord Jesus Christ; Greetings from Seminary Hill! We thought that perhaps you would like to hear from us at the beginning of the school year.
Dear Brothers and Sisters in the Lord, It has been some time since we have written to you; and with a new semester of school begun, we have a good opportunity to bring you up to date on the news at Seminary.
Commentary On Luke. (New International Greek Testament Commentary), I. Howard Marshall; Wm. B. Eerdmans Publ. Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.; 928 pages, $24.95 (cloth). (Reviewed by Prof. H. C. Hoeksema)
STUDIES IN PROVERBS, by William Amot; Kregel Publications, 1978; 583 pp., $10.95. (Reviewed by Prof. H. Hanko) Good commentaries on the book of Proverbs are difficult to find. This volume may, in some respects, fill the void. It was written in the Nineteenth Century by a man who was part of the Free Church Movement in Scotland, and has therefore, much of the value which older books have.
Dear Brethren and Sisters in the Lord: It is our purpose in this brief letter to share with you a few items of news from the Seminary. There have been a few breaks in the Seminary schedule this semester. In the latter part of February the school recessed for one day to meet with the ministers in the Grand Rapids area and with Rev. Sang Chan Lee, a minister in the Hapdong Presbyterian Church of Korea.
Beloved in the Lord: It has been some times since we have written to you concerning the work of the Seminary. We have been a bit negligent in this, and we apologize for our tardiness.