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Letter by Cornelius Van Til

The following letter was written by Dr. Cornelius Van Til REPORT OF MY TRIP TO EUREKA, SOUTH DAKOTA May 13, 1958 Eureka Classis met at Eureka, South Dakota last week, May 7th to 11th. The Committee on Inter-Church Relationship asked me to attend the meetings of the Classis. I arrived in Aberdeen, South Dakota, by plane on Wednesday afternoon. There, …

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Introduction to the Heidelberg Catechism

Our Heidelberg Catechism is one of the finest fruits of the Reformation, tried and proven in the furnace of affliction. Holding forth the gospel of redemption in Jesus Christ as our only comfort in life and in death, it presents, very personally and eloquently, what is necessary to know that we may live and die happily in that only comfort, …

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Whither the RCUS?

Source: You Shall Be My People. Copyright © 1996 by the Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States. By Rev. Jim West THE future of any Church depends upon the animating power of the Spirit of Christ, who inflames our hearts for the Gospel and keeps us faithful to the Word of God. The Reformed Church in the …

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Our Heidelberg Heritage

Source: You Shall Be My People. Copyright © 1996 by the Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States. Rev. Paul H. Treick OUR beloved Heidelberg!-this is an expression one seldom hears about a confession or a creed of the church. After all, a confession is composed of doctrines which are supposed by many to be dry and unemotional …

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The Influence of Westminster Seminary on the RCUS

Source: You Shall Be My People. Copyright © 1996 by the Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States. Rev. Howard Hart THERE CAN BE little doubt that Westminster Theological Seminary has had a powerful and fundamental impact on our beloved Church, the Reformed Church in the United States (RCUS). Since the late 1920s this orthodox institution has renovated …

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