All Articles For Vol 36 Issue 14 4/15/1960

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April 5, 1960  Randolph has extended a call to Rev. G. Vanden Berg of Oak Lawn, from a trio which included the Revs. G. Lubbers and G. Vos. Rev. R. Veldman, of Southeast Church, declined the call from Hull. Hull now has made a new trio which consists of Revs. G. Lubbers, M. Schipper and G. Vos.  Rev. Lanting, Holland’s pastor, will give a public lecture Thursday, April 28, at 8 P. M. The lecture, entitled, “The Eternal Rewards,” will be held at W. 12th St., corner of Washington Ave. Everyone is cordially invited. 

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Rev. E. Knott’s Position Regarding Re-Union in Question.  Under the “title “The Long, Hard Road to Church Re-Union” Dr. Peter Y. De Jong informs us in the April, 1960 issue of Torch and Trumpet of his reactions to the position expressed by the Rev. E. Knott in theReformed Guardian respecting the proposed reunion of the Christian Reformed Church and the Protestant Reformed Churches (De Wolf group). 

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It is our desire to be helpful.  That does not mean that this was not our desire in the past. The rubric IN HIS FEAR surely must be written in His fear. And that means that it is written to be helpful, to give help and direction, comfort and warning along the way of our earthly pilgrimage through this vale of tears and wilderness of sin and corruption.  It does mean that we have a special help in mind at this time.  It means that we have a specific group of readers in mind. 

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Christian Perspectives, by Dr. Van Riessen, Prof. Farris, and Dr. Runner. Published by Pella Publishing Inc., Pella, Iowa.  This book contains a series of lectures delivered before a Study Conference at Unionville, Ontario. The first group of lectures deals with the relation of the Bible to science; the second with the relation of the Bible to history; the third with the relation of the Bible to learning. 

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