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In our preceding article we were discussing the truth of plenary inspiration. Plenary means “full, complete.” Plenary inspiration is opposed to partial inspiration. Plenary inspiration does not mean that these holy writers were imbued with plenary knowledge of all things, so that they were thoroughly acquainted with science, philosophy, history,…

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In two recent issues of De Wachter (March 23 and March 30) Editor Haverkamp informs his readers of and expresses criticism of a new Christian Reformed organization, called the Association of Christian Reformed Laymen. Evidently Rev. Haverkamp considers this a rather significant development, at least significant enough to write two disapproving editorials.…

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