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I have some problems with the recent article by Prof. B. Huizinga on “The nature of good works as works.” I appreciated that faith was called an activity, a demand of the gospel call, and obedience, but in plain language, an activity is done and obedience must be done. The definition of “work” or “doing” provided in the article excluded this common usage since it also required: 1. Exertion 2. Producing 3. External work through the body As a software engineer, I spend much of my time thinking. This involves much more exertion than typing on a keyboard, and it...

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Mr. Watterson is a post-graduate student in the University of Limerick and a member of the Limerick Reformed Fellowship. For this year’s BRF conference we were magnificently hosted in Hebron Hall, a grand old conference center just outside Cardiff, and conveniently near to the airport. The general opinion of the eighty-some attendees was very much in hearty approval of the facilities. Besides the delicious food, en-suite bathrooms, comfortable mattresses, and sporting facilities, the venue was also well-situated for day-trips to historical places such as Bath in England, Caerphilly Castle, and Tintern Abbey. Some also took trips to Cardiff, and some...

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