All Articles For Vol 54 Issue 10 2/15/1978

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The title of this article is taken from the words of Christ spoken in Matt. 24:14: “And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world unto all nations; and then shall the end come.” This was in response to the question of His disciples, “Tell us . . . what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?” One of the signs of Christ’s coming is the preaching of the gospel to all the nations. 

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“On that account, the Lord, He will give to you a sign—Behold! the virgin: pregnant! and bringing forth a son! and she calls His name Immanuel” (v. 14, Heb.). For the meaning of words in the original languages, we, naturally, must turn to the lexicons. This means, however, that we are largely dependent upon the word of a modern, rationalistic, destructive critic. For the best lexicons have been produced by such. One lexicon is by Gesenius, translated by Robinson of Union Theological Seminary. This means the production of a work doubly Unitarian.

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This is the question which arose in my soul when I read a recent editorial on “Sovereignty and Free Choice” in the January 4, 1978 issue of The Presbyterian Journal by Dr. G. Aiken Taylor. The editorial is introduced by the information that the editor had “received several requests in the mail for clarification of the Presbyterian (Reformed) doctrine of election.” Then a typical request is quoted as follows: “Please give us an editorial on election and human choice. Does man have the power to choose?

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