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Dear Editor: Just before the warm weather arrived, we organized in our midst a Protestant Reformed Christian School Society. I had the privilege to attend all the three meetings that were held. The membership of the society is well over one hundred and twenty five, representing the First Protestant Reformed…

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This is not to run ahead of our Mission Board, dear reader, this is to discuss what we should do, now that our missionary, Rev. B. Kok, has accepted the call to Hudsonville, Michigan. God has blessed the labors of our missionary. Wherever he worked he was faithful in proclaiming…

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Esteemed Editor: The undersigned would appreciate space in this paper for the purpose of asking several questions which have perplexed me. The questions which I in all seriousness ask are these namely: If an institution, be it company, corporation or organization, declares bankruptcy, it is not true that an institution…

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Dear Editor, On our last Classis, one Consistory came with a protest against the action of a neighboring Consistory, for admitting to the Lord’s Supper members that came to them from the first mentioned Consistory without the proper testimony of a godly walk. As I understand it, the protesting Consistory…

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Responsibility

The word—Responsibility—since 1924has become one of the three words today used, also in our religious vocabulary. It fits neatly in our language, vividly expressing ideas and thoughts; pertaining to our activities in life. As was said, the word is especially used denoting religious ideas and sentiment, depicting a kind of…

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May 31, 1947 Esteemed Editor of the Standard Bearer: Not being used to writing in public, I hesitate to ask for a little pace in the above-mentioned paper for the following remarks. Having followed the discussion between the two editors, namely of the “Standard Bearer” and the “Christian Labor Herald”,…

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