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Things I Did Hear

There is almost a note of nostalgia in Daane’s concluding wish that the rich and sweet sounds of Covenant, Grace, and Election may again be heard in Christian Reformed pulpits.  Well, when was the last time that these sounds were heard unspoiled by the sour notes of Arminianism and universalism?  It has…

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All Around Us

Creation and Evolution in the Public Schools  Several months ago The Standard Bearer published a review of a series of science manuals to be used in the public school system in California which present creationism as a viable alternative to evolutionism. These manuals were prepared by the Creation Research Society. The purpose…

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An Unholy Alliance

“A historic ‘first’ in ecumenical adventure took place in Grand Rapids, Michigan, August 28-30 that may hopefully be the beginning of similar ventures throughout the nation.” (The Banner, Oct. 6, 1972)  “Ecumenical history was made here this week when that strolling religious troubadour, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, paced in front…

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Book Reviews

THE GROUND OF CERTAINTY, by Donald Bloesch; Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1970; 212 pp., $3.25 (paper). (Reviewed by J. Huisken)  Dr. Donald Bloesch is currently professor of theology at the Dubuque Theological Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa. The cover of the book calls attention to other works of Bloesch, but…

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