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THE HOLY SPIRIT, by C. F. D. Moule; Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1978; 120 pp., $3.95 (paper). (Reviewed by Prof. H. Hanko.)  This further addition to the many publications on the Holy Spirit in this age of Neo-Pentecostalism by the now retired Lady Margaret’s Professor of Divinity at Cambridge…

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STORY BIBLE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, by Anne De Vries, Paideia Press, 1978, 254 pages. (Reviewed by Gertrude Hoeksema)  Originally written in the Dutch language, under the title of Kleuter Vertelboek Voor de Bijbelse Geschiedenis, this story Bible was recently translated into English. It contains selected stories from both the Old and…

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HET SCHARLAKEN KOORD, by Cornelius Lambragtse. Uitgeverij T. Wever, R.V.; Franeker, Nederland.  This is the second religious novel from the hand of Cornelius Lambregtse, which was published in 1975 and enjoyed a reprint in 1976. Religious novels in America usually prove disappointing, but that is not the case with the…

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“A Bible Inerrancy Primer,” John H. Gerstner, Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, Mich.; 63 pages, paper bound; $.85.  The author of this little brochure is Professor of Church History and Government at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He is evidently a conservative Presbyterian, loyal to the Westminster Confession of Faith. 

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The Confessions and the Church Order of the Protestant Reformed Churches

The Confessions and the Church Order of the Protestant Reformed Churches. Published by the Protestant Reformed Churches in America, 431 pp. (hardcover). $9.00. [Reviewed by Prof. Russell Dykstra.] (The book may be ordered from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America, 4949 Ivanrest Ave., Grandville, MI 49418 U.S.A. E-mail: catechism@prca.org.) The…

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WHAT ABOUT TONGUE SPEAKING? by Anthony A. Hoekema. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1966; 161 pp., $3.50.  This book, by the professor of Systematic Theology at Calvin Seminary, is an interesting book and an excellent treatment of the problem of glossolalia as found especially among various Pentacostal Churches. In connection…

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HET LAATSTE WOORD (The Last Word), Prof. Dr. J.L. Koole; J.H. Kok, Uitgeversmij, Kampen, The Netherlands; 19 pages; price, f 2, 75  This is No. 5 in a series of booklets issued by the Theological School of Kampen under the general heading Kamper Cahiers (Kampen Exercise books). I have not received the…

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CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH GOVERNMENT, by Howard B. Spaan; Kregel Publications, 1968; 237 pp.  The successor to Schaver’s Church Polity, this book brings the many Synodical decisions of the Christian Reformed Church which bear on the newly adopted Church Order up to date. It contains a brief explanation of each article…

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THE GREAT LIGHT, Luther and Reformation; by James Atkinson; Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1968; 287 pp., $4.00.  This is Volume IV in the series on Church History entitled “The Advance of Christianity Through The Centuries.” The series is edited by Prof. F.F. Bruce. This volume, as its title indicates,…

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BIBLE STUDY BOOKS; Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.  St. Mark, by I.H. Marshall; 64 pp., $.I .25 (paper). St. Luke, by E.M. Blaiklock; 94 pp., $1.25 (paper).  St. John, by R.E. Nixon; 85 pp., $1.25 (paper).  Acts, by R.P. Martin; 90 pp., $1.25 (paper).  I Corinthians – Galatians, by R.P.…

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MIRACLES: YESTERDAY AND TODAY, TRUE AND FALSE, by Benjamin S. Warfield; Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company; 1965; 327 pp.; $2.25; paper.  This volume contains the Thomas Smyth Lectures delivered by the author at Columbia Theological Seminary in 1917. It was originally published in 1918 under the title “Counterfeit Miracles” by…

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COMMENTARY ON REVELATION, by Henry Barclay Swete; Kregel Publications, 1977; 338 pp., $12.95. (Reviewed by Prof. H. Hanko)  There are not many good commentaries on the book of Revelation, so this volume is a welcome addition to one’s library. The author lived in the 19th Century, served as a pastor…

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