Student Power

On December 15 at 10 a. m. in front of the Commons Building at the Franklin campus of Calvin College, some 150 students attended a protest demonstration, which the undersigned was fortunate (or unfortunate) enough to observe. The issue was the banning of Negro comedian Dick Gregory from the campus...

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Letters to an American Lady

Letters To An American Lady; by C. S. Lewis; edited by Clyde S. Kilby. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., Grand Rapids, Michigan. This is an interesting book composed of letters written to the ‘’American Lady” beginning on the 26th of Oct. 1950 until the 30th of August 1963, just before...

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THE TRUE CHILD OF GOD   In conclusion, Paul now points our attention to the one that is excused before the law of God and acceptable in His judgment, At this point circumcision is introduced as representative of the belonging to the law. It was the boast of the Old...

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Off on the Right Foot

School will soon begin. As with the beginning of anything, how we begin is so important for how things end. In those crucial seconds before the gun sounds, a racer wiggles his or her toes into just the right place with every muscle ready to spring into action at just...

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Indiscipline: Where It Comes From and How We Are Delivered From It

Dear Rev. Laning I am a woman in my twenties; I have visited various Christian homes that lack discipline. First, I wanted to know if indiscipline is a character, habit, hereditary trait, environmental influence, or a spirit that dwells in individuals? Secondly, how can we become disciplined children of God?...

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The Responsibility of Teachers and Ministers in Their Pursuit of a Higher Education

Shari is a member of Faith Protestant Reformed Church in Jenison, Michigan. This article was written as a 2002 Scholarship essay. College is not simply about receiving an education. College is, or should be, an experience. When young people make a choice about which college they will attend, the decision...

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Romans 3

JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH ESTABLISHED   This Epistle begins with: I.    Introduction (1:1-15) II.   Theme (1:16, 17) III. Judgment: The Whole World Condemned (1:18-3:20) A.  The Gentiles Under the Wrath of God (1:18-32) B.  The Gentiles’ Judgment (2:1-16) C.  The Jews’ Judgment (2:17—3:8) D. The World’s Judgment (3:9-20)   This chapter’s...

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