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Saved By Grace: A Study of the Five Points of Calvinism

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Saved by Grace (hardcover)

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Saved by Grace: A Study of the Five Points of Calvinism

Authors: Rev. Ronald Cammenga and Rev. Ronald Hanko

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The History of the Protestant Reformed Churches (1924-1936)

1stPRCHistBookcoverThe following is from the "Red Book": The History of the Protestant Reformed Churches, written by the late Herman Hoeksema and published first in 1936.  It  has been copied and posted on the internet by Rev. Martin VanderWal, currently pastor of the Protestant Reformed Church of Wingham, ON, Canada.

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Whosoever Will

Herman Hoeksema

Copyright 1945 by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.

Assigned to Homer C. Hoeksema. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reprinted in any form without permission from the publisher, except in the case of a brief quotation used in connection with a critical article or review.

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Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 77-189070 ISBN 0-916206-04-1

First Edition 1945. Reprinted 1972, 1973, 1977, 1980.

Whosoever WillTo order the latest edition of this title, visit the RFPA website.

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The Five Points of Calvinism

The Five Points of Calvinism by Herman Hanko, Homer Hoeksema, and Gise J. Van Baren, Copyright 1976 by Reformed Free Publishing Association. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reprinted in any form without permission from the publisher, except in the case of a brief quotation used in connection with a critical article or review. For information address: Reformed Free Publishing Association, 4949 Ivanrest Avenue, S.W., Grandville, Michigan 49418-9709.

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The Five Points of Calvinism (2006 BRF Conference)

5PtsCalvinDEHH"The works of the Lord are great, sought out of all them that have pleasure therein" (Ps. 111:2). This touches upon our heart: in what do we take pleasure?

Jehovah’s works centre in His salvation of His church in Jesus Christ: glorious works wrought before the foundation of the world, at the cross of Calvary and in the hearts and lives of His people.

This is the calling and delight of the saints: to seek to understand these works. In this wonderful activity, all of God’s faithful children are occupied, for Jehovah’s works are "sought out of all them that have pleasure therein."

This book is written to help God’s people in their delightful calling to search out and study the wonderful works of the Triune God (From the Foreword, Rev.A.Stewart)

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A Study of the Relation Between the Views of Prof. R. Janssen and Common Grace

This work by Prof.Herman C. Hanko (Protestant Reformed Seminary, 1965-2001) forms the thesis submitted to the faculty of Calvin Theological Seminary for the degree of Master of Theology (Department of Historical Theology) in April of 1988. The thesis treats the relationship between two controversies in the Christan Reformed Church in the early 1920s: the Ralph Janssen controversy over the nature and authority of Scripture (1920-22) and the common grace controversy (1924-25). It is hoped that its broader publication here will serve those interested in the history of the Christian Reformed Church and in the origin of the Protestant Reformed Churches in 1925.

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Notes on the Church Order

The following material is not intended to be an exhaustive commentary on the Church Order of the Protestant Reformed Churches.  Nor is it intended to be a detailed study of “Kybernetics,” the principles of church government.  Its purpose is far more modest.  It is intended to be a brief summation of the central principles of each article of the Church Order, to be used by the students in preparation for classroom work and lectures. Other commentaries on the Church Order are readily available to the student and can be used with these notes for more detailed discussion of the Church Order proper.  The best in the English language is The Church Order Commentary by VanDellen and Monsma.

-from the Introductory Note by Prof.H.Hanko, author of this Seminary syllabus

 

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The Believers’ Manual For The Church Order

...This “Manual” is intended to fill a lack.  It is not intended to discuss principles of Reformed church polity, although some principles will have to be briefly discussed.  It is not intended to be a commentary on the various articles of the Church Order; such commentaries are readily available.  It is intended to be a help to those who serve in the special offices Christ instituted in the church to carry out their work more correctly and efficiently; and it is intended especially to help those who occupy the office of believers in their calling to be active in the rule and government of the church.

I am aware of the fact that no fixed rules can be laid down for various aspects of a believer’s participation in ecclesiastical matters.  For example, no fixed rules can be laid down for the formulation of protests and appeals.  Varying circumstances make hard and fast rules impossible and impractical.  But certain boundaries within which proper protests and appeals can be made would certainly be of help to all concerned.  Although it is not always easy to fix the boundaries with precision, and although there may be those who disagree with what I have to say on certain points, I am convinced that some attention paid to some basic principles and their application will encourage reluctant believers to be more active in their role in the church and will facilitate ecclesiastical processes to the advantage of the cause of Christ. From the Introduction by H.Hanko, author

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Keeping God's Covenant

KeepingGodsCovt-DJEHH Page 1The triune God remembers His covenant: “He hath remembered his covenant forever, the word which he commanded to a thousand generations” ( Ps. 105:8 ). But how few are imitators of God in this?

    Jehovah commands us to remember His covenant: “Be ye mindful always of his covenant; the word which he commanded to a thousand generations” ( I Chron. 16:15 ).  How quickly we forget!

    Remembering God’s covenant involves keeping it by obeying His Word out of gratitude for His salvation of us in Jesus Christ: “But the mercy of the LORD is from everlasting to everlasting upon them that fear him, and his righteousness unto children’s children; to such as keep his covenant, and to those that remember his commandments to do them” ( Ps. 103:17-18 ).

    God’s saints everywhere who seek sound, practical, biblical instruction as to keeping  God’s covenant will welcome the publication of this helpful book.

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