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Bringing the Word

As Reformed young people we are faced with a myriad of temptations to turn from our faith. This holds true especially  when we graduate from our Christian schools and begin working full time or attending college. We are then exposed to a wide array of beliefs and ideas that differ from our own, but more […]

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Christianizing the World? (2)

In my previous article in this magazine, I described the project of Christianizing the world—a project in which many Reformed people are engaged. It is, however, not only Reformed people who have taken on this project.  Many prominent evangelicals in the United States have also signed on. But Protestant Reformed young people are confronted with […]

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Despising Not Our Youth

In 1 Timothy 1:1–2 we read, “Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the commandment of God our Savior, and Lord Jesus Christ, which is our hope; Unto Timothy, my own son in the faith:  Grace, mercy, and peace, from God our Father and Jesus Christ our Lord.”  From these opening words and other places […]

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The Intelligent Design movement is something extremely perplexing to the Reformed Christian—even more so than theistic evolution. Where theistic evolution is a contradiction, the Intelligent Design movement is just mind-bogglingly different. The Intelligent Design movement is another view on origins. Advocates of this movement contend there must be a designer or creator, as is evident […]

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Homosexuality – The Need for Intolerance

Are you prepared to stand by the clear teachings of Scripture when pressured to accept homosexuality? Even from those who profess to be Christians? In a world that is continually pushing acceptance of immoral lifestyles, Reformed young people must be ready to take a stand for the truth and humbly bear the label of “intolerant.” […]

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Reformed Advice to Rome

Recently I was skimming through the local newspaper’s religion section in a desultory fashion (it’s not overloaded with articles of interest to a Reformed person) when one article caught my attention. It was titled, “Why the next pope should come from the Global South.” Thinking that it was likely written by a Roman Catholic, I […]

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The Creek

  The creek swirled and gurgled by Annabeth’s toes as she sat on a rock by the water’s edge. The shade of several ancient oaks that grew around the bend of the creek cooled her from the afternoon sun. Sometimes a leaf floated by. Sometimes a water bug scooted across the bend. Sometimes circles of […]

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Watching Daily At My Gates

April 10 Read Psalm 93. Jehovah, the word used in this psalm to name God, is a king. He is the king who rules over all. Like other kings, his kingship is sovereign.  However, unlike other kings, God is sovereign over all men and all parts of nature. All nature joins in giving to him […]

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