Rev. B. Woudenberg declined the call from Holland, and Rev. C. Hanko declined the call from Randolph. Holland has made a new trio which consists of the following: Revs. G. Lanting, G. Lubberss, and G. Vanden Berg. Edgerton has extended a call to Rev. G. Vanden Berg, of Oak Lawn.
The Reformed Guardian of September 10, 1959 presents an editorial written by the Rev. Edward Knott under the title “Observations.” Reviewing the present situation of the churches that left us in the schism of 1953, Rev. Knott, as we see it, observes that his churches are really caught on the horns of a dilemma.
“The deacons shall meet wherever necessary, every week to transact the business pertaining to their office, calling upon the Name of God; whereunto the ministers shall take good heed and if necessary they shall be present.”
Too little and yet at the same time too much. Too little of the true freedom of speech because there is too little of the fear of the Lord to be found in the world today. And too much of the wrong kind of freedom of speech exactly for the same reason.