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The Belgic Confession: A Commentary, (Volume 2), by David J. Engelsma. Reviewed by Rev. Allen J. Brummel.

The Belgic Confession: A Commentary, (Volume 2), by David J. Engelsma. Jenison, MI: Reformed Free Publishing Association, 2019. Hardcover. Approx. 400 pp. [Reviewed by Rev. Allen J. Brummel.] With thankfulness to God we receive the second volume of Prof. D. Engelsma’s commentary on the Belgic Confession. This second volume contains…

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Rev. Stephen R. Riggs: Missionary to the Dakota Indians

As missionaries labored through the ages, they often faced difficulty convincing the established church to accept new converts as Christians. Differences in race and culture proved to be a stumbling block for churches whose congregations were homogenous in nationality and practice. Acknowledging that foreign converts could not be expected to…

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Foreign Mission Labors of the PRCA: Continuing Work in the Philippines—Closing the Ghana field

Mr. Brummel is the secretary of the Foreign Mission Committee. The Foreign Mission Committee of the Protestant Reformed Churches hereby presents a brief annual overview of the foreign mission work being done by our churches. Specifically we provide you with information on the process of closing the Ghana field and…

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William Cameron Townsend: Father of Wycliffe Bible Translators and Summer Institute of Linguistics

As the Christian church spread throughout the known world, the Bible was translated into various languages so that people could read it in their own tongue. By the time of the Reformation of the sixteenth century, the Bible was translated into more than thirty languages. The next three centuries saw…

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