Vol 64 Issue 09

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Whose Catechism?

In the Church Herald (magazine of the Reformed Church in America) of January 1, 1988 there appears an article from the pen of Dr. Howard Hageman entitled “The Eternal Youth Of the Heidelberg” (p. 31). The purpose of the article is to call attention to the fact that January 1988 marks the 425th anniversary of the Heidelberg Catechism. He write as follows: “Since everyone is celebrating anniversaries of every conceivable kind these days, why shouldn’t we celebrate one of our own? It might help us with our identity crisis! “I have thus far not seen so much as a syllable of reference...

Walking In The Old Paths

James D. Slopsema is pastor of Hope Protestant Reformed Church, Walker, Michigan. Thus saith the Lord, Sand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls. But they said, We will not walk therein.  Jeremiah 6:16 Jeremiah was a prophet of God to Judah in the last years of Judah’s existence as a nation. Judah was walking in apostasy. It was Jeremiah’s calling to rebuke Judah for her unfaithfulness and to warn her of impending judgment. These warnings fell on deaf...