Bernard Hoogland

  • This is how Christianity Today reported this decision --characterized more as a loss for religious freedom in Canada by spokespersons and reflected in the report.

     

     

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  • The redoubtable Mr. Boesenkool does not need my support for his spot on analysis but here it is anyway.

    I have heard from a missionary that I have supported of the heavy burden the 90% rule...

  • Albert:  your response can only be characterized by what in intro philosophy we learned was one of the weakest of arguments: ad hominem.  Attack the messenger when the message cannot be swallowed...

  • I suggest you either read the book, published by Eerdmans 2012,  or perhaps read the most recent Christianity Today where this was the cover story, titled "When Are We Going to Grow Up." The...

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    The Juvenilezation of American ChristianitybyThomas E. Bergler, reviewed by Robert Hosack in The Banner 

    Jun 22, 2012 — In this critical but constructive study of the intersection...

  • My two-cents worth derives from having moved from Canada at sixteen to Grand Rapids in the mid 1960's and a comment by a youth leader of another denomination.

    His comment was that the youth...

  • Bill:

    It appears that you agree that different venues may allow for different rules for attribution and/or anonyminity and therefore do not condemn anonymous comments on the web.  (...

  • Bill:

    With all due respect I totally disagree with you on the matter of "anonymous communication."  Apparently this CRCNA website does as well because they follow the common internet...

  • George:  did you read the recent N.Y. Times editorial (not exactly a regressive news rag). It noted that a Detroit newspaper did an investigative piece of journalism that substantially supports...

  • Mark:

    Thanks for the response--your reservations on the "classification" issue were mine somewhat though I have been involved in enough small groups to know that the "classification"...