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Attention

To arouse the child’s interest and hold his attention once awakened is a major problem in the sphere of instruction. What is attention? How can it be enforced? Volumes have been written on this subject. This question confronts us with a problem also from the purely natural, psychological point of…

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Intermarriage

According to Webster, an intermarriage is a marriage between two families, nations, or tribes—hence, strictly speaking, any marriage may be called an intermarriage. However, this is surely not the implication of the subject as assigned to me in this essay. The current usage of the term emphasizes the latter part…

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Why Our Delay?

NOTE:—This article is a speech which the undersigned delivered at a school meeting of our Protestant Reformed School movement in Grand Rapids on Jan. 20, 1944. It is possible, as I address you tonight, that my subject is somewhat beside the point. I am now a stranger in Jerusalem, particularly…

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Debate: Negative

NEGATIVE: RESOLVED:That Discipline of Members that Belong to Worldly Organization’s should be Left to the Ministry of the Word. When the undersigned is requested to refute the proposition that the discipline of members belonging to worldly organizations should be left to the ministry of the Word, and, by implication, maintain…

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