Monthly Archives: October 2015

It only took 90 years. John Bolt’s essay “Herman Hoeksema was Right;” an important corrector of false doctrine.

I’ve just received John Bolt’s essay “Herman Hoeksema was Right.” (in Biblical Interpretation and Doctrinal Formulation in the Reformed Tradition, Essays in Honor of James De Jong, ed. Arie C. Leder and Richard A. Muller, Grand Rapids: MI, Reformation Heritage Books, … Continue reading

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A Survey of RPCES Ministers in 1966

The Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod was formed in 1965 from a merger of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, General Synod and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Shortly after the founding of the church, a survey was sent out to the ministers … Continue reading

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