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Vol 28 Issue 17

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Arminianism—A Subtle Heresy

Arminianism is a subtle heresy. This is what I am trying to make plain in these articles. Let us now posit this question: what is the dif­ference between Calvinism and Arminianism on the subject of salvation?

Letter

Dear Editor: I was very glad that you published the questions and answers of the Ladies’ League meeting. You ask why you were cut off in the middle of your speech? I ask why did the collection for Mrs. Grundy exceed the collection for our own schools when the number of ladies was larger when the latter col­lection was taken? Maybe the answer to the one is also the answer to the other.

The Must of Faith

This title, which may seem to be somewhat vague, I will, immediately try to explain. First of all I am referring strictly to the Christian, hence one who has been regenerated by the Holy Spirit and has the life of Christ in his heart. In this work of regeneration God implants an entire new life in the heart of His child, on the basis of Christ’s sacrifice, which prin­cipally includes faith, justification, sanctification, etc.

Women Suffrage

When we say that a woman should have the right to vote in the church, then some men quickly raise a few strange objections. They say, that the women are not allowed to speak in the church. The woman sinned first, therefore she must be silent. If they want to know anything, they must ask their hus­bands, for he is their head and they must submit to him. The women are organically in the men, there­fore the Scriptures only speak of “brethren.” And they hold fast on this, that if you give the women the right to vote, they have...

Exposition of Philippians 2:1-4 (2)

There are two proverbial flies in the apothecary’s ointment of God’s Church, that are a very pestilent evil. They are indeed the devil’s tools to disrupt the unity in God’s church. For, let us not forget, that Satan is our arch foe, who uses sin and our evil lusts as tools for our destruction! Which two evils do we have in minds?

Looking To The Future, Chapter 3: On Teacher Training

Introductory It is already rather evident from our previous chapter, concerning the teacher problem, that the matter of teacher training is a second major problem for the movement for Protestant Reformed education. I mean, of course, Protestant Reformed teacher training.

Part 3—Of Thankfulness, Lord’s Day 32, Chapter 2: The ‘Must’ of Perfect Freedom*

*The similarity of the title of this article with that of the Rev. Blankespoor in the same issue of the SB is purely coincidental. My article was written two weeks before I received his.—H.H.  

Very Clear

The articles that appeared in the Refomatie by Dr. Schilder against the Declaration of Principles are now published in brochure form under the title ‘Bovenschrif tuurli jke Binding—Een Nieuw Gevaar,” that is, “Super-scriptural Binding—A New Danger.” On page 82 of this brochure Dr. Schilder writes:

Pentecostal Reaction

“and they were all filled with the Holy Ghost.” Acts 2:4a “and that no man can say that Jesus is the Lord, but by the Holy Ghost.” I Cor. 12:3b “others mocking said, These men are full of new wine.” Acts 2:13   How wonderful are the works of God!

6/1/1952