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An Interesting Discussion: Debate RESOLVED: That Doctrinal Differences Dividing Denominations Should Be Minimized.

At the after-dinner program of the banquet which marked the closing of the second convention, the host committee had arranged an interesting debate on the topic, “Should doctrinal differences be minimized?” The affirmative position was maintained by two young men of Fuller Ave. Young Men’s Society, John Piersma and Walter…

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Help Wanted!

Wanted—hundreds of lively, peppy, Protestant Re­formed young men and young women who are willing to give a generous part of their time and energy to the development and support of our Federation. What work is there that must be done? First of all, the Publication Committee is endeavoring to launch…

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Hearty Congratulations

In view of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the ministry of Rev. Hoeksema, the following resolution was adopted by the P.R.Y.P.F. at the business meeting of the Convention. “Resolved that the 1940 Convention of our Protestant Reformed Young People undertakes herewith to extend the most hearty congratulations of the Federation to…

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1. The Drama of Redemption, by Dr. Samuel Jackson Cartledge. 2. The Way of a Man with a Maid, by Oscar Lowry. 3. Principles of Teaching for Christian Teachers, by C. B. Eavy

The Drama of Redemption, by Dr. Samuel Jackson Cartledge. Zondervan Publishing House, Grand Rapids, Mich. (142 pages, price $1.00) This is a very readable book. The subject is the redemption from the guilt and power of sin through the work of Christ as applied by the Holy Spirit. The book…

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Letter

Kalamazoo, Mich. July 30, 1940. “To the Protestant Reformed Church 924 Worden Street Grand Rapids, Michigan. Attention—Rev. D. Jonker. “Esteemed Brethren in the Lord: “The Consistory of the Protesting First Christian Reformed Church of Kalamazoo acknowledges receipt of your communication of May 28 and after carefully reading and considering the…

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Dangerous

We must be careful in our Reformed circles and be on our guard and never be afraid of telling one another, whenever and wherever we see danger ahead for our Churches. In our little group of Churches such dangers do not seem imminent. We are a large family, well acquainted…

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Letter

Rev. H. Hoeksema, Editor of The Standard Bearer Dearly beloved Editor: Naturally, I read The Standard Bearer. Sometimes I read criticism and sometimes I hear criticism of The Standard Bearer. The main question seems to be whether or not the Standard Bearer should come down to our level or rather…

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Beacon Lights

We complain that two papers are too many for our small group of churches. Defiantly our young people published a third: Beacon Lights! We heartily congratulate our young people with their defiant spirit, and with its product in this new “Periodical of the Protestant Reformed Young People’s Federation.” The outward…

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