All Articles For Vol 28 Issue 06 12/15/1951

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The Teacher Problem Before proceeding with the specific treatment of the problems of our own school movement, I have two more introductory remarks which I must make. The first one is this. If you would take the trouble to check the past, you would discover that some 20 or 25 years ago these same problems were faced by the existent Christian School movement. At that time our Editor-in-Chief wrote a series of articles on the subject, “The Christian School Movement, Why a Failure?” And although his answer to the question of the above mentioned subject was different, he was not...

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In this article we plan to make a beginning of our exposition of this very beautiful and instructive passage recorded here in this fifth chapter of Matthew. We plan not only to study these verses written above this article, namely the verses 17-20, but it is our intention to try to give a popularly written exposition of all the verses from verse 17 till the end of the chapter in subsequent contributions. Since these verses 17-20 contain the foundation, the principal viewpoint of all the teachings of this section, we will call attention to this first. The verses literally read...

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The Protevangel is the promise of the Gospel as first proclaimed and this by the very voice of Christ. Let us get this Gospel before us: “And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; he shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.” The importance of this promise must be perceived, it is verily the embryo, the seed, so to speak, of all the promises thereafter spoken through the centuries of the formation of the Canon of the Scriptures, which is to say that the latter are but the...

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The last two articles (6 and 7) of the Contra-Remonstration. That those thus enlightened, regenerated and renewed through this same power of the Holy Spirit by which they are initially converted, without any intermediation on their part are constantly sustained and kept in such a manner that, although they be encumbered by numerous weaknesses- of the flesh so long as they are. in this life and sometimes fall into grievous sins, the Spirit of sanctification prevails in them nevertheless, so that they cannot ever wholly or finally lose the true faith and adoption of children of God once imparted unto...

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We concluded our discussion of the origin of the soul in our previous article with the remark that Rev. Hoeksema offers us another solution of this problem, and promised to quote in this article from his book: In The Midst of Death. This quotation we may read on pages 155-156, and is as follows: “All these objections would seem to suggest that the distinction of the human being in body and soul cannot serve as a basis for the explanation of the propagation of original corruption. It does not offer us the proper working hypothesis. The reason for this must,...

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