THE GRIEF OF JESUS 1
In this brief meditation the sorrowing Savior is described in His true and full humanity, displaying His compassion for the suffering and His power over the works of the devil.
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ORGANIZED CHURCH 2
For a time that does not take seriously the church, Prof. R.B. Kuiper challenges us with her Scriptural prerogatives. The Reformed position is contrasted with that of Rome, the Modernists and the Fundamentalists.
LIVING THE COVENANT LIFE IN OUR FAMILIES 5
What is the importance of the home?...Upon what pillar does this institution rest?...As these and other questions are considered, Dr. P.Y. De Jong stresses the need of keeping God's covenant as families.
GOD'S FREEMEN 8
In this significant article the claim is made that only Reformed piety is truly free. It seeks to live out our Christ-bought love for God and His law in the framework of the fellowship of the saints.
SOUND BUT NOT SAFE? 11
Does Hebrews 6:4-6, which speaks of falling away, undermine the eternal security of the believer?...In this article John Vriend warns that to be an "insider" in the Covenant of Grace is no ground for carelessness.
SEX MORALITY FOR SOLIDERS 12
Continuing his interesting series for servicemen, Prof. Henry R. Van Til reminds the readers that all problems of sex must and can be resolved only in the light of the law of love.
ARE THERE TWO ACCOUNTS OF CREATION? 14
Once again Dr. Edward J. Young scores victory over the critics of the Bible who have argued that Genesis presents us with two contradictory accounts of Creation.
FLOOD GEOLOGY 16
Does accepting the theory of geological ages commit one to evolution?...Can we explain the finds of scientists in terms of the flood?...Dr. John DeVries points out the weaknesses of the flood-geology widely accepted in several Christian circles.
CHRISTIANITY WITHOUT THE CROSS 21
In this article the Rev. Johannes G. Vos cogently demonstrates that we cannot believe in the fact of atonement without the Scriptural theory of Christ's substitutionary work.
BOOK REVIEWS 21
Nick R. Van Til reviews Albert Hymas' Renaissance to Reformation, and the Rev. Bernard Pekelder reviews Prof. L. Berkhof's Aspects of Liberalism.
HERE I STAND! 23
Continuing his series on the Belgic Confession, the Rev. John H. Piersma discusses man's salvation through the Incarnate Word who in one person is very God and true man.