All Articles For Vol 71 Issue 16 5/15/1995

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God’s Patience with Theologians First, let me tell you how much I’m enjoying my subscription to the Standard Bearer. To one who has newly revived his interest in the Reformed faith, your journal is a constant source of encouragement and help. I am puzzled by the editorial in the April 1, 1995 issue, “A Defense of (Reformed) Amillennialism,” and I have a few questions. First, although I understand the distinction between the various millennialisms, I’m not sure I now understand the amillennial position on the millennium itself. One paragraph states, “Coming is a ‘golden age.’ It will last at least for...

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Rev. Heys is a minister emeritus in the Protestant Reformed Churches. And every man that hath this hope in him purifieth himself, even as he is pure. I John 3:3 To appreciate this truth in regard to our hope, we do well to bear in mind that to hope, basically, is desiring with expectation. So often we use that word merely as meaning to desire to have something happen. We hope to have the sun shine and the rain to stop. We hope to have surgery help us stay alive in good health. However, correctly, as in the Webster Dictionary,...

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