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Randolph Organized

On the evening of August 17th, 1943, another con­gregation was added to our Protestant Reformed Denomination. In the neat little Congregational Church building of Randolph, Wisconsin where our Mission Committee had sponsored services for over a year, eight families were organized into a congregation. Small indeed is the beginning of…

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1. Christian Reformed Synod Faces Nigerian Question Again. 2. “Our Children Belong to God!” 3. “Apartheid”—Is It Really Race “Discrimination”?

Christian Reformed Synod Faces Nigerian Question Again The reader may recall that about a year ago attention was called to the problem facing the Christian Reformed synod relative to a Theological College of Northern Nigeria. The synod at that time took a definite stand in respect to this problem.

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1. Hoeksema’s Foolish Binding? 2. Woman Suffrage in the Netherlands. 3. Prayers for the Liberated.

Hoeksema’s Foolish Binding? In the “Poortwake”, a weekly paper of the Girl’s Societies of the Liberated Churches in the Netherlands, in the issue of February 6th, page 384, we came across a little article under the caption: “Een Zichtbare Of Onzichtbare Kerk”, a Visible or Invisible Church. The article is…

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1. Getting Personal. 2. Not Hoeksema, But Kok Changes. 3. A Challenge to the Rev. J.D. DeJong. 4. A Symposium on Television.

Getting Personal A certain brother wrote to me last week calling my attention to an article appearing in the Reader’s Digest (February, 1954, page 63) which he thought pretty well describes what is going on lately with those who are in the consistory of the Rev. De Wolf. After reading the article,…

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