All Articles For One Hundred Fifty Years and Sixty

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[Editor’s note: This is the text of my address delivered Sept. 27, 1984, at our Hudsonville Prot. Ref. Church to commemorate the Sixtieth Anniversary of our Standard Bearer. This year, 1985, marks the Sixtieth Anniversary of our Protestant Reformed Churches; but the Standard Bearer, which played a part in the origin of our churches, is actually older than our denomination.]

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(Note: The previous installment brought the history commemorated in the “One Hundred Fifty Years” of our subject to the point at which the Secession had become an accomplished fact in the congregation at Ulrum, of which Hendrick de Cock was pastor. The current installment continues from this point by briefly relating the spread of the Afscheiding. The reader should bear in mind that this is by no means a detailed account of the Secession and its spread.)

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