MARCH 5, 2014VOLUME 32, #9
For those making plans for college or university, there are important consideration to keep in mind. Pastor Nick Smith begins a series of three articles on the subject in this issue. Pastor Joel Dykstra weighs in on a recent conference on Bible interpretation and what it means for the future of Reformed churches in the Netherlands. Emma Elliott Freire writes about a unique international Christian fellowship in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Michael Zwiep reports on the exodus of a group of orthodox Jews from Quebec that may have implications for other religious groups in that province. Gerry Wisz provides an insightful overview of the Nye/Ham debate. Pastor William Boekestein continues his series on the Five Points of Calvinism (the second of six). Hermina Dykxhoorn looks at the Canadian Supreme Court ruling on prostitution laws and what it means. Gerry Wisz continues his review of The Poverty of Nations. Norm De Jong examines the distinction between a republic and a democracy. Norm Bomer considers the work and life of Emily Dickinson. Hanna Korvemaker recognizes the importance of true friendship. Dave Sikkema continues a three part series in his Tech Lines column on The Internet of Things and how it impacts households. D. Allan Stares examines Gold. This and more.
John Van Dyk
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THINKING ABOUT COLLEGE?Don't forget about the church – An introduction (Part 1 of 3)
THE EXODUS FROM QUEBEC
Mayer Rosner standing outside of the community in Chatham-Kent.
All that glitters is not necessarily golden.
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