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The reader may recall that in the February 1st issue ofThe Standard Bearer we called attention to the first of two articles written by Dr. R. Danhof in The Banner in which he told of the “Renewed Attempt at Merger in the Netherlands.” Dr. Danhof informed his readers that the Christian Reformed Church in America assumed a “lay hands off” policy with respect to the Netherlands situation. It was in connection with this revealed policy that we made the following statements:
PART Two EXPOSITION OF THE CANONS FIFTH HEAD OF DOCTRINE OF THE PERSEVERANCE OF THE SAINTS
THE TIME OF THE REFORMATION VIEWS ON THE CHURCH FORMAL PRINCIPLE (continued)
It is very common among us that we celebrate the Reformation of the church, the beginning of which we consider to be the nailing of the 95 theses to the door of the Schlosskirche by Martin Luther on October 31, 1517. Without any doubt, that event is important and significant in the history of the church. This was the beginning of freedom from the bondage of idolatry and corruption as it existed in the Roman Catholic Church of that day. The dual principle of the Reformation was established: justification by faith, and interpretation of Scripture on the basis of Scripture.
And the sons of Israel came to buy corn among those that came: for the famine was in the land of Canaan . . . . And Joseph knew his brethren, but they knew not him. GENESIS 42:5 and GENESIS 42:8 .
PART TWO – CHAPTER TWELVE The Angels and the Voice Revelation 14:6-13
Christian Education In Our Country When, in this article, I speak of Christian education in our country, I refer especially to such education as is taught, not in our churches or even in the Reformed Churches in general, but by far the majority of the large denominations outside of our churches.