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Mr. Wigger is a member of the Protestant Reformed Church of Hudsonville, Michigan.
God Meant It for Good: The Covenant & the Church Today, by Ted Hoogsteen. Burlington, Ontario, Canada: Welch Publishing Company Inc., 1989. 99 pages. (Paper). [Reviewed by the editor.] The title is taken from Joseph’s words to his brothers in Genesis 50:20 concerning their wickedness in selling him into Egypt, “Ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good.” The book explains Genesis 37-50 rightly as covenant history, not merely the history of the vicissitudes and eventual success of Joseph.
Rev. Key is pastor of the Protestant Reformed Church of Randolph, Wisconsin.
Prof. Hanko is professor of Church History and New Testament in the Protestant Reformed Seminary.
Rev. Haak is pastor of Bethel Protestant Reformed Church in Itasca, Illinois.
Prof. Decker is professor of Practical Theology in the Protestant Reformed Seminary.
Rev. Kuiper is pastor of Southeast Protestant Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Mr. Lanting, a member of South Holland Protestant Reformed Church, is a practicing attorney.
Rev. VanBaren is pastor of the Protestant Reformed Church of Loveland, Colorado.
Dear Dr. North, In your “I.C.E. Position Paper” of July 1995 (Institute for Christian Economics, P.O. Box 8000, Tyler, TX 75711), you respond to my editorial, “Jewish Dreams,” in the January 15, 1995 issue of the Standard Bearer. As an ardent proponent of postmillennialism, you are sharply critical of my defense of classic, creedal, Reformed amillennialism. You say, “Such a view paralyzes Christians, making them short-run planners who are on the defensive.” There are elements in your “position paper” — important elements — that I appreciate.