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Revelation of God’s Image

Different Christian denominations hold to distinctive doctrines and practices. One significant distinction between groups of Christians, even in the Reformed tradition, is in how they describe God’s image, namely his attributes, his countenance, and how each of these aspects affect the manner in which we praise him. How we interpret the doctrine of God’s image […]

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Perhaps the church father Augustine said it best: “Men go abroad to admire the heights of mountains, the mighty billows of the sea, the broad tides of rivers, the compass of the ocean, and the circuits of the stars, and pass themselves by.”1  There are many beautiful and astounding aspects of creation, such as the […]

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There is something special about being in a relationship. The desire for companionship, already present in childhood, takes on more urgency as we pass through adolescence into adulthood. To desire a relationship is good and natural. Solomon says that “Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the Lord” (Prov. 18:22). God expressed […]

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Distinctive and unique leaching of cre­ative writing is a demanding but necessary art. An insight into the implications of the provocative phrase found in the concluding prayer of the Reformed form for the bap­tism of infants of believers is necessary for such teaching. The phrase petitioning God’s assistance in the pious and religious education of […]

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