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Charismatic Confusion, by William Goode. Trelawnyd, North Wales: K & M Books, Publisher, 2000. Pp. 400. $30.00US which includes postage. [Reviewed by Herman C. Hanko.] William Goode was an early nineteenth century theologian in the Church of England. He wrote this book in its original form as a response to,…

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Rev. Dick is pastor of Grace Protestant Reformed Church in Standale, Michigan. With this article I would introduce a new rubric in the Standard Bearer entitled “Grace Life.” Grace life is just for that—”the grace life.” The articles of Grace Life will aim to promote the life of conscious fellowship…

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Mr. Lanting, a member of Cornerstone Protestant Reformed Church of Dyer, Indiana, is a practicing attorney. Under tort law principles, a person who consents to another’s conduct cannot bring a tort claim for the harm that follows from that conduct. This is because no wrong is done to one who…

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More about John Knox The special Knox Issue (Standard Bearer, Oct. 15, 2000), most interesting as it was, contained several inaccuracies. Knox did not serve at Hamburg, though he spent November 1554-March 1555 in Imperial Frankfurt. The city granted asylum to two refugee-congregations, one French-English and the other English-Dutch in…

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