Vol 34 Issue 14

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Calvinism—The Truth (Arminianism The Lie)

As Based on the Canons of Dordt, Popularly known as the Five Points of Calvinism.  By REV. ROBERT C. HAIIBAIZH  Unconditional Election  (Continued) 

The State A Result of Common Grace?

The above question was evoked by the reading of an article appearing in the March, 1958 issue of The Reformed Journal, entitled Reformed Theology and the First Amendment, written by the Rev. Leonard Verduin.  We cannot quote all that the writer has to say on this subject, nor is this necessary for our purpose. But that our readers may know a little of the argument Rev. Verduin sets forth in his article, and to meet the charge that we might be quoting him out of context, we feel it necessary to summarize briefly, what the article is about. 

Article 32

LITURGICAL PRAYERS (Cont.)  In our last article mention was made of the liturgical prayers that have been adopted in Reformed Churches but which are used very little, if at all, in our present time. Historically, these prayers also belong to our churches and may be used in them although they have not been incorporated in the back of the Psalter with the rest of our liturgy. 

Freedom From Fear (2)

“Whom shall I fear?”  That, indeed, is an interesting and important question. 

Psalm 119:1-8

The Christian in the midst of the world is an a-b-c child of God. He must learn the first principles of walking as a child of light in a world of darkness, sin and death. Such learning is really a lifelong task! 


Jacob was on his way back to Canaan, after an absence of twenty years,—years that he had spent with his uncle Laban to whom he had fled from the rest& of his sin. He now finds himself on the outskirts of Canaan with his household. He is afraid of Esau, whom he thinks still angry with him, and doubtless he thinks right. So on his fear he sends messengers to Esau with gifts, hoping in this way to pacify his brother. But apparently the attempt ended in failure. For the messengers return with the terrifying tidings that Esau came to...

The Prophecy of Zechariah, The Only Day

6. And it will come to pass in. that day that there will not be precious light, but dimness. 7. And the day will be one, It will be known to Jehovah, not day and not night. And it will come to pass at the time of the evening that it will be light.