Vol 36 Issue 15

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The Ten Brothers With Benjamin Before Joseph

And the men took that present, and they took double money in their hand, and Benjamin; and rose up, and went down to Egypt, and stood before Joseph.― GENESIS 43:15

News From Our Churches

April 20, 1960  Oak Lawn’s pastor, Rev. G. Vanden Berg, declined the call from Randolph.  The congregation at Hull extended a call to Rev. M. Schipper of Southwest Church, Grand Rapids.  Report of Classis East  April 6, 1960, Hope Church, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

The Churches of the Dakotas

We depart from the usual format of this rubric and make this article to appear in the form of a report to our readers of some of the activities and experiences of the undersigned in the land of the Dakotas. While we write these notes we are a little more than a thousand miles from the privacy and the materials of our own study-room in the manse of the Southwest Church of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Usually there we are surrounded with church periodicals and other material from which we choose the things we ordinarily comment on.

Precedents Considered

“Instructions concerning matters to be considered in major assemblies shall not be written until the decisions of previous synods touching these matters have been read, in order that what was once decided be not again proposed, unless a revision be deemed necessary.”

The Burden of Jesus’ Blood

PART Two  EXPOSITION OF THE CANONS  FIFTH HEAD OF DOCTRINE  OF THE PERSEVERANCE OF THE SAINTS  REJECTION OF ERRORS

The Church and the Sacraments

THE TIME OF THE REFORMATION  VIEWS ON THE CHURCH  FORMAL PRINCIPLE  (continued) 

Exposition of I Corinthians 15

V.  (I Corinthians 15:29-34)  a.  It is not too easy to determine the exact connection of these verses with the foregoing from the pen of Paul. 

The Book of Revelation

b>PART TWO  CHAPTER TWELVE  The Harvest and the Vintage  Revelation 14:14-20 

As To Books

The Gospel According to St. John, by R. V. G. Tasker. Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Price $3.00.  This volume is one of the series of Tyndale Bible Commentaries. In a preface the author writes that the aim of these commentaries is “to place into the hands of students and serious readers of the New Testament, at a moderate cost, commentaries by a number of scholars who, while they are free to make their own individual contributions, are united in a common desire to promote a truly biblical theology.” 

Christian Education In Our Country

In our last issue we discussed some of the principles that are supposed to be the basis of Christian education in the Sunday school as they were adopted by the International Council of Religious Education in 1932.  We did not finish this discussion. There are three more principles. To these we wish to call your attention now.  The fifth principle reads as follows:  “Christian Religious Education seeks to develop in growing persons the ability and disposition to participate in the organized society of Christians, the Church.” 

5/1/1960