All Articles For Vol 62 Issue 03 11/1/1985

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What should be the Christian’s attitude toward the current situation in South Africa? This is, of course, a very real question for any Christian, be he black, white, colored, or Indian, living in that republic. But it is also a question for Christians living in other countries who are bombarded with news and propaganda and theories and opinions concerning the current troubles in that country. No, the editor of The Standard Bearer is not about to pose as an expert on the issue of apartheid and to present solutions of the problems which trouble the Republic of South Africa. There are probably...

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Cornelius Hanko is an emeritus minister in the Protestant Reformed Churches. Ques. 99. What is required in the third commandment? Ans. That we, not only by cursing or perjury, but also by rash swearing, must not profane or abuse the name of God; nor by silence or connivance be partakers of these horrible sins in others; and briefly, that we use the holy name of God no otherwise than with fear and reverence; so that he may be rightly confessed and worshipped by us, and be glorified in all our words and works. Ques. 180. Is then the profaning of...

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