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Question from a Catechism Student

Question from a Catechism Student (7th Grade Boy)  Q. What if someone sins after God brings us all to heaven? The question asks about what will happen if a saint (or maybe an angel) sins after being made perfect and brought to heaven. Before we answer this question we must ask another question, which may be what the student really meant to ask. Is it possible for a saint or angel who has entered the state of perfection in heaven to...

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The False Charge of Hyper-Calvinism

Earlier this week I received notice that Phil Johnson (known for his popular website devoted to Charles Spurgeon and for his close association with John MacArthur) accuses the Protestant Reformed Churches and Herman Hoeksema of bad theology for rejecting “the free offer of the gospel.” Johnson has created three webpages with links to websites that promote what he considers bad theology. One page is entitled “Bad theology,” the second “Really bad theology,” and the third “Really, really bad theology.” On the...

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A Question from a Catechism Student

For various reasons I have not written a blog post for a while, but it is good to be back again. I intend to write shorter and more frequent posts. And today I am starting with what may become somewhat of a regular feature: A Question from a Catechism Student. The future of this feature depends of course on the catechism students that I teach and the questions they ask. But I do not want to limit this to the students...

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Our New Book, Just Dad, has arrived!

  Our new book, Just Dad: Stories of Herman Hoeksema, arrived this morning! Note: If you are a Book Club member you will be automatically receiving this book. If you are not a Book Club member, buy this book in paperback or in ebook format for only $9.95 each!       

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Audio now available online! RFPA Annual Meeting: The Importance of Knowing Church History

We are excited to report a good turnout and an edifying assembly for our annual association meeting, held on September 25, 2014 at Grandville Protestant Reformed Church in Grandville, MI. Eighty association members were present and, by God's grace, we experienced the growth of 6 new association members; young, new members! What an encouragement to see the younger generation taking an interest in the important work of the RFPA! Board president Michael Bosveld opened the evening with prayer, followed by Rev. Clayton...

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Just Dad: Stories of Herman Hoeksema

  Preorder your copy today! This book will be a Book Club release and will be available early December 2014. Many people are familiar with the public persona of Herman Hoeksema. As one of the leading theologians of the twentieth century, a seminary professor, the pastor of a large congregation, and a prolific writer, he was well-known in ecclesiastical circles, as well as in the world in general. But to his family he was “just Dad.” This anecdotal biography written by...

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Hyper-Calvinist! (2)

by: Rev. Martyn McGeown (published in the British Reformed Journal)  *** Read the first article in this series here. SUBSCRIBE TODAY!   In our last editorial, we began to examine Phillip R. Johnson’s definition of hyper-Calvinism in his influential on-line article, “A Primer on Hyper- Calvinism.” We distinguished between a serious call (the Latin term serio in Canons III/IV:8) and a gospel “offer.” We noted that it is the Arminian—and not the Calvinist—who defines serious (serio) as “a sincere and completely unhypocritical...

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Video Now Available! - Kuyper's Common Grace 'Christianizing of Culture' Lecture

Weren't able to make it to the lecture or couldn't listen in? Here's your chance to watch the lecture!   You can also watch the Video and listen to the Audio at the lecture website. Visit the Question & Answers page for the Questions that will be answered soon via video or post a question you might have after watching or listening to the lecture online.   This lecture was sponsored by: Southwest PR Church Evangelism Committee

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THIS WEEK! - RFPA Annual Meeting: The Importance of Reading Church History

  In the Nicene Creed the church confesses that there is only “one holy catholic and apostolic church.” This means that the Christian faith and life of the true church of Jesus Christ as she is manifested today in various denominations and congregations is rooted in the church of the past. Times may have changed but the church today shares with the church of the past the same Lord, the same faith, the same battle, the same hope, and the same...

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New Video and Audio! - 2011 RFPA Annual Meeting: "The 60th Anniversary of the Declaration of Principles: A Commemoration"

  Visit our RFPA Annual Meeting Speeches page to listen or watch more of our Annual Meeting Speeches.    2011 RFPA Annual Meeting "The 60th Anniversary of the Declaration of Principles: A Commemoration"Prof. David J. Engelsma Date given: 09-22-2011 Location: Faith Protestant Reformed Church (Jenison, MI) Free Audio Downloads Free Video      

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Busy packing....

Busy unloading & packing the newest book The Coming of Zion's Redeemer.     The attractive looking book. We hope you think so too!   Uh oh....sometimes a book or two gets damaged while in transit. This is by far the worst we've ever seen!   Books packed and ready for our Book Club agents or travelers to pick up!

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RFPA Annual Meeting - "The Importance of Reading Church History"

  In the Nicene Creed the church confesses that there is only “one holy catholic and apostolic church.” This means that the Christian faith and life of the true church of Jesus Christ as she is manifested today in various denominations and congregations is rooted in the church of the past. Times may have changed but the church today shares with the church of the past the same Lord, the same faith, the same battle, the same hope, and the same...

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Kuyper's Common Grace 'Christianizing of Culture'—Reformed Calling or Ecclesiastical Suicide?

A public lecture, "Kuyper's Common Grace 'Christianizing of Culture'—Reformed Calling or Ecclesiastical Suicide?" will be given at Sunshine Christian Reformed Church on the East Beltline in Grand Rapids, MI on September 26, 2014 sponsored by Southwest Protestant Reformed Church. The speaker will be David J. Engelsma, professor of theology in the Protestant Reformed Churches in America.  The occasion for the lecture is the significant project of the translation into English for the first time of the noted Dutch theologian and statesman, Abraham...

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