All Articles For Vol 47 Issue 16 5/15/1971

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We now call attention to what we read in the Belgic Confession, also called the Confession of Faith or the Thirty Seven Articles, concerning the atonement of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Belgic Confession was composed in French by Guy De Bres, who died a martyr in 1567. It was composed in 1561, was adopted by a Reformed Synod at Emden in 1571, and by the National Synod of Dordt in 1619, which subjected the text to a careful revision by a comparison of French, Dutch and Latin copies. Articles 20 and 21 treat this subject of the atonement of...

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Many are extremely concerned with developments in recent years within the Reformed community. We have reached such a sorry state that today, when one receives into his home a magazine as the Reformed Journal, a person is inclined to examine the magazine carefully before allowing it to lie around where his young children may read it. The movie reviews particularly in that magazine are oftentimes downright evil and a discredit to the name “Reformed” and “Christian.” Many are sincerely concerned about this and other evidences of worldliness in the church.

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