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Perfect And Complete In All Respects (continued) In the second place, this entire notion is based on some kind of false antithesis between religion and life, between grace and nature, and it attempts to confine our religion and morals to a very narrow and isolated portion of the whole of our life. This is an altogether unrealistic and untenable view. For, first of all, the categories faith-and-life, doctrine-and-practice, or, religion-and-morals, apply to the whole of our life and to every sphere of our life. And it is a very unscriptural and un-Reformed view that would make a separation, and would exclude...

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We were quoting in our preceding article from the book of “Radio Replies” by the Rev. Dr. Leslie Rumble in which Dr. Rumble sets forth the Roman Catholic position on “Tradition.” We will now continue with these quotations. 519. It seems to me that Catholics are guided by their Church, and not by the Bible. And the answer of Dr. Rumble to this observation is as follows: “You cannot separate the two like that. It is true that Catholics are guided by what their Church teaches. It would not be true to say or imagine that they are not guided...

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Christian Perspectives, by Dr. Van Riessen, Prof. Farris, and Dr. Runner. Published by Pella Publishing Inc., Pella, Iowa.  This book contains a series of lectures delivered before a Study Conference at Unionville, Ontario. The first group of lectures deals with the relation of the Bible to science; the second with the relation of the Bible to history; the third with the relation of the Bible to learning. 

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In Harmony with the Orthodox Fathers (continued) In general, as the article suggests, these attacks have been from two quarters: from without the church and from within. First of all, mention is made of the Jews and of the Mohammedans. By the Jews, of course, is meant the unbelieving Jews. And it is their denial of the Christ that also leads them to deny the Trinity. This is necessarily the case. You cannot deny Christ, the only begotten Son of God, and still maintain the doctrine of the Trinity. The Mohammedans, who also today constitute some of the most formidable opposition...

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