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Where Lies Our Identity?

If a young person goes anywhere beyond the four walls of their home or opens any social media, they will without a doubt run into the wisdom of the world called critical race theory (CRT). This theory assumes that one group of people holds power, not physically but emotionally and socially, over another group of […]

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Hearts Set Aright

All around us, the world grows increasingly more and more wicked. The influence of the world slowly creeps into the church and tempts her members in many ways. It fills our homes with ideals constructed by men and women who crave nothing but the lusts of the flesh. Men of the world strive for better […]

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Safeguarding Your Worldview

In high school, I took a class called Cults that outlined several alternative religions or variations of Christianity and contrasted them with our Reformed worldview. Although learning about these alternative views was interesting, the parts I appreciated most were the two sections that followed immediately afterward on apologetics and evangelism. These sections were crucial as […]

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A Protestant Reformed World and Life View (6)

Although we interrupted our series on this subject last time with a discussion of the so-called “Period Theory,” we can now return to it once again. We were busy in previous issues with describing the world and life view of those churches who hold to the doctrine of common grace. You probably recall that we […]

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A Protestant Reformed World and Life View (3)

Common Grace! What memories that term brings to the minds of those who are members of our Protestant Reformed Churches. For it was in opposition of this theory developed by the Christian Reformed Church culminating in the Synod of 1924 that is the main historical reason for the establishment of our denomination. In our discussion […]

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A Protestant Reformed World and Life View (2)

Two issues ago in the Beacon Lights we introduced the subject of a Protestant Reformed World and Life View. Since this article appeared some time ago, it will be well briefly to review the points that were made. The subject itself deals with the true character of the world about us, its history and culture, […]

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A Protestant Reformed World and Life View

What is and ought to be the position of the believer in relation to the world about him? What is and ought to be his attitude over against the scientific and cultural achievements of the world of sin? How does the truth which we as Protestant Reformed Churches have learned to love affect the problems […]

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