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A catacomb is an underground cavern or cave. The word is used to denote the ancient underground cemeteries or resting places for the dead in the neighborhood of Rome and of several other chief cities of the Graeco-Roman world. The early view was that catacombs were originally sand or gravel…

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To avoid repetition, we must clearly distinguish just what subject the Heidelberg Catechism is discussing in the thirteenth Lord’s Day. We must not, in this connection, speak of the mystery of the incarnation as such, the doctrine that the Son of God assumed our flesh and blood from the virgin…

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We wholeheartedly endorse the following paragraph from the pen of Prof. Henry Schultze, clipped from The Banner of Jan. 5, 1945: “There is no aspect of the Christian school program that needs to be watched more closely. The Christian Reformed constituency have founded, maintained, and developed these schools for the…

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