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Rev. Heys is a minister emeritus in the Protestant Reformed Churches. When Eliezer, Abraham’s servant, asked Rebekah’s parents for permission to take her to Isaac the very day after he had come there seeking a God-fearing wife for Isaac, Rebekah’s parents called her and asked her whether she would be…

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May I request clarification on the editorial titled, “The Binding Decisions of a Reformed Synod” (Standard Bearer, June 1, 1991)?  May I request clarification on the editorial titled, “The Binding Decisions of a Reformed Synod” (Standard Bearer, June 1, 1991)?  It is clear that many Christian folk regard the whole…

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Rev. Heys is a minister emeritus in the Protestant Reformed Churches. Rev. Heys is a minister emeritus in the Protestant Reformed Churches. When Eliezer, Abraham’s servant, asked Rebekah’s parents for permission to take her to Isaac the very day after he had come there seeking a God-fearing wife for Isaac,…

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Reformed Synods and Independency May I request clarification on the editorial titled, “The Binding Decisions of a Reformed Synod” (Standard Bearer, June 1, 1991)?  Reformed Synods and Independency May I request clarification on the editorial titled, “The Binding Decisions of a Reformed Synod” (Standard Bearer, June 1, 1991)?  It is…

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An astute reader of the Standard Bearer in England asks some penetrating questions about Reformed church government (cf. the letter, “Reformed Synods and Independency,” elsewhere in this issue). Basically he asks for a defense of the synod, or general assembly as it is called in the Presbyterian churches, in the…

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