All Articles For Vol 45 Issue 04 11/15/1968

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Campus Crusade for Christ believes it has come up with not only a legitimate but a unique way of presenting the biblical truth of the gospel. Continually and everywhere crusaders are raising the question, “Have you heard of the Four Spiritual Laws?” Law One says in part, “God loves you . . .” Law Two states that sinful and separated from God, no one can know and experience His love. Law Three: Anyone can know God’s love through Christ, God’s only provision for man’s sin.

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We concluded our preceding article with the remark that the late Rev. H. Hoeksema was of the opinion that, although many historians leave the impression that the Synod of Orange A.D. 529, represents a last victory for the Augustinian conception of predestination and sovereign grace, this synod much rather left the impression that it was afraid of the strict Augustinian principles, and that his doctrine was certainly not maintained by this synod.

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 As the twig is bent the tree will grow.  Our children come into this world bent away from the upright position wherein God created man in the beginning. Carefully and continually therefore must we train them to look up and to face upward in their thinking and willing to serve the God in heaven as His royal priesthood.

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 A COMFORT IN TIMES LIKE THESE  I write these words on the eve of the national election. I do not know who will be the next president. By the time you read this piece a president will probably be chosen—although there remains the possibility that no present nominee will command an electoral majority, that the election will be given to the House of Representatives, and that the next president will not be known till next January. 

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Evaluation of Kuitert’s View of Scripture (continued)  In the November 1 issue I began a discussion of the crucial issue of organic inspiration as it relates to all the current discussion of the so-called “human element” or “human factor” in Holy Scripture. At the conclusion of my last editorial on this subject I set forth the several elements of organic inspiration, and I promised to elaborate on these and to point out their significance. To this task the present editorial is addressed. 

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