All Articles For Vol 45 Issue 06 12/15/1968

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In our preceding article, we had begun with a historical survey of, Gottschalk, the champion of the truth, as set forth by Philip Schaff in his History of the Christian Church, Vol. IV, 522, ff. Particularly, we were quoting from Philip Schaff as he wrote about Gottschalk and Rabanus Maurus. Rabanus Maurus, who had in the meantime become archbishop of Mainz, had been urged to refute this “new heresy,” as advocated and taught by Gottschalk.

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Campus Crusade for Christ claims to do work for Christ, and in proof points to the results it obtains. But the appeal is not valid, for results do not prove a doctrine, a cause or a movement. Dazzling productions with an imposing array of “stars” are not necessarily adjuncts of the truth. Moses learned this in connection with the divinely directed use of his rod. Jannes and Jambres also produced astounding results. Apparently good results may be obtained by application of the poultice or salve of a modern cult.

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THE GEREFORMEERDE KERKEN AND THE WORLD COUNCIL  The issue of membership in the World Council of Churches is very much alive in the Gereformeerde Kerken in spite of the decisions taken at the Reformed Ecumenical Synod and in spite of unfavorable advice which the Gereformeerde Kerken received from their sister church, the Christian Reformed Church. In the October 22 issue of the RES Newsletter we read of a pamphlet recently published by a committee appointed by the General Synod in which membership was discussed.

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AN EVALUATION OF KUITERT’S DOGMATICAL VIEWS (cont.) Last time I offered a few observations about the third, dogmatical part of Dr. Kuitert’s lecture from a formal point of view. We are now ready to consider this same section, of his lecture materially, and to evaluate the contents of the dogmatical implications which he himself drew from his presentation of Genesis 1-3 and creation. 

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