A Canadian Cambrian Fossil Story

This article is about a collection of soft-bodied fossils from the Burgess Shale in British Columbia, and likened such fossils to an explosion; hence the name, "Cambrian Explosion." The article considers how such an explosion may have happened. It also considers the discovery of other soft-bodied fossils in the world, and how these complex animals leave evolutionits scratching their heads. It concludes by suggesting these animals were pre-flood, and suddenly buried when the flood came.

Christianity and Culture – An Overview

How can we gain a true understanding of culture? At bottom, we need to have a knowledge of man in relation to God. Culture flows out of this. The article shows that the biblical story of creation, fall, redemption, and consummation sets the foundation for any discussion about Christianity and culture. It also discusses our possible options for cultural involvement.

For the Sake of Christ's Kingship in the Church The Significance of the Doleantie, especially from an Ecumenical Point of View

This article is about the significance of the Doleantie 1886 especially from an ecumenical point of view. The author also discusses the Doleantie and the maintenance of Reformed doctrine, and the Ecclesiastical conference of 1883 and 1887 in the Netherlands.