A Spiritual Gold Mine: Pamphlets & Articles of the PRCA

This month’s book review is different. We’re reviewing a website filled with a wealth of knowledge. A website that is like a room lled with spiritual ammunition to fight the spiritual battle.

It is PRCA’s database of all its pamphlets and articles. Some background of the website. This section of the PRCA website is mantained by the Evangelism Committee of the South Holland Protestant Reformed Church. The Site’s pamphlets and articles deals with a wide range of both practical Christian living and doctrinal issues. Issues appealing to both the young and the mature Christian.

Some of the interesting titles are as it follows :

Genesis 1-11: Myth or History? – Prof. David J. Engelsma

The Christian and Culture – Rev. Herman Hoeksema

The Christian And The Film Arts – Prof. Herman Hanko

Is The Christian Faith Easy? – Rev. Steven Key

Is Good Self-Esteem Important for a Christian, and How Is It Developed?- David J. Engelsma

The Sin of Gambling – Douglas J. Kuiper

Church Membership in an Evil Age – Steven R. Key (Pastor of the Randolph Protestant Reformed Church)

Is Denial of the “Well-Meant Offer” Hyper-Calvinism? – David J. Engelsma

The Gospel – Rev. Herman Hoeksema

Try the Spirits: A Reformed Look at Pentecostalism – Prof. David J. Engelsma

Marriage and Divorce – Prof. David Engelsma

The Antichrist – Herman Hoeksema

Hope you would find this site helpful for your spiritual growth as it did for mine. If I may add add, faith is deeply personal, an assured con dence in Christ as our Saviour. The Christian faith engages all aspects of an elect child of God. The spiritual side, the emotional side and the intellectual side. As Psa 119:130 puts it “The entrance of thy words giveth light; it giveth understanding unto the simple.” May we be made wise by diligently studying the word of God and His doctrines. As we grow in truth, may we also grow in faith and godliness (1 Tim 6:3). Have a blessed time reading!

“Till I come, give attendance to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine. Neglect not the gift that is in thee, which was given thee by prophecy, with the laying on of the hands of the presbytery. Meditate upon these things; give thyself wholly to them; that thy profiting may appear to all. Take heed unto thyself, and unto the doctrine; continue in them: for in doing this thou shalt both save thyself, and them that hear thee.” (1 Tim 4:13-16)

Written by: Josiah Tan | Issue 2