Unitarian Religious Councils and Their Bible (Concluded)

The one great religious council of today noted for its radicalism, modernism and apostasy is the National Council of Churches.  The aim of this council is to merge all Protestant denominations into one national church in this country, and then to unite all the other denominations throughout all nations to...

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Genesis 2

Creation The three opening verses of this chapter are a continuation of the line of thought in chapter one, which therefore does not really end at 1:31, but at the end of 2:3.  Chapter two should begin at 2:4. It should be understood precisely here that there is no contradiction...

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Secular Music – Good or Bad?

What does secular music mean to you?  Does it refer to popular songs only?  Or would it include that which is known as folk, classic and non-religious music?  According to Webster, anything secular refers to that which pertains “to this world or the present life; worldly; earthly; not religious or...

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Loveland P.R.Y.P.S.

“Judge Not…” Perhaps one of the most abused and ignored aspects of a Christian’s walk is his attitude and behavior toward his fellow Christians.  We have noticed, and we are sure you have also, that members of our churches have a tendency to treat each other with less consideration, respect...

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The 1962 Convention

Convention week 1962 began for some Prot. Ref. young people on Monday, August 13.  But the first two days were undoubtedly different for different people.  Long before the young people of the Wolverine state were thinking about the convention, our more distant friends were probably pushing east across the Great...

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Little Country School Often Displays Apple, But Book Learning is Based Upon Fundamentals

A shiny, red apple, an almost forgotten symbol in most classrooms, is a reality to one teacher, Miss Ruth Kuiper, teacher of the seven-pupil Protestant Reformed Christian school, located at the former Proctor school building about three miles north of Loveland. The apple – the ABCs marching with precise penmanship...

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Intellectual Liberty

At this time of the year thousands of young men and women leave their summertime occupations and wend their various ways toward high schools or colleges and universities of their choice.  With eager anticipation they delve into the mysteries of the great universe which our God has created.  With ardent...

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Response to “Unitarian Religious Councils and Their Bible”

Dear Sir: I have recently read your latest “Truth vs. Error” column (Beacon Lights, June/July 1962 issue) pertaining to “Unitarian Religious Councils and Their Bible.”  Although I proudly stand within the Reformed tradition of Protestant Christianity, I am not too familiar with the Reformed denomination represented by yourself and your...

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