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  How Are Believers Guided in "All Truth"?   (56 KB)   
Jesus said, ‘When he, the Spirit of truth. has come, he will guide you into all truth’ (John 16:13). The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of truth. He is truth essentially in himself, and he is the one who leads the church into all truth.

The Holy Spirit will lead us into all truth necessary for faith and obedience (Acts 20:21).

Each believer is led into all the truth necessary to his own state and condition, to enable him to do his duty and work (Eph 4:7). Christ gives to each according to his measure and needs.

  The Reformed View of Education   (63 KB)   
 Only upon a Reformed basis can God really be made central in education. This is true because only in the Reformed system are Christ and the Holy Spirit really central in education. The Reformed view is based exclusively upon the Bible. The doctrines of creation and providence imply that God originates and arranges all the facts of the universe according to a “logic” that is above man. Man’s systems must therefore be consciously analogical to the system of God.