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Divorce and remarriage 3

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July 2000
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Divorce and remarriage 3

The increasing need to deal with divorce at a church level is both discouraging and encouraging. On the one hand it reflects the terrible decline in moral standards in society as a whole; on the other, it often indicates that people from that society are being converted. Whatever the reason, we need to think…

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December 1996
Articles > Evangelistic

Hark to the herald angels

Angels are real, good and helpful: 'ministering spirits sent to serve those who will inherit salvation' (Hebrews 1:14). Scripture speaks in terms of myriads upon myriads of them - and a myriad is strictly ten thousand. With so many evil spirits abroad in the world, a whole kingdom of fallen angels under their leader…

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March 1995
Articles > Biblical/theological

Preaching the gospel properly: 3

It is time to be more positive, but there is, of course, no single way of preaching the gospel properly. God uses preachers of many different styles and methods to call his elect. It would be very dull if we all used exactly the same approach. Certainly, I have neither the right nor the…

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January 1995
Articles > Biblical/theological

Preaching the gospel properly

PART 2 Hyper-calvinism and the call of the gospel by David J. Engelsma (Reformed Free Publishing Association, 216 pages) is the greatly enlarged edition of a book which seeks to defend the teachings of a small American denomination, the Protestant Reformed Churches (PRC), and its UK counterpart, the British Reformed Fellowship. However, 'defend' is…

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