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Rev. H. Hoeksema

As To Our Moral Obligation – Vol. 20 – 1944
Christian Education – Vol. 3 – 1927
Our Own Christian High School – Vol. 13 1937
The Christian School Movement-Why a Failure? Vol. 8
The Place of Doctrine in the Christian School – Hoeksema

Prof. H.C. Hoeksema

Protestant Reformed Education A Continuing Calling

Jon Huisken

The Purpose of Christian Education

Prof. Cammenga

The Protestant Reformed Seminary and the “Good Christian Schools” (1)
The Protestant Reformed Seminary and the “Good Christian Schools” (2)
The Protestant Reformed Seminary and the “Good Christian Schools” (3)

Prof. Dykstra

Humanism vs. Protestant Reformed Teachers: No R & R
Humanism and the PR Teacher: No R and R (2)
Humanism vs. Protestant Reformed Teachers: No R&R (3)
The Great Value of Reformed, Christian Education (1)
The Great Value of Reformed, Christian Education (2)
The Great Value of Reformed, Christian Education (3)
Two Different Covenants, Two Different Schools
Two Different Covenants, Two Different Schools (2)
Two Covenants, Two Schools (3)
Why Reformed, Christian Schools?

Prof. Engelsma

The-Necessity-of-Good-Christian-Schools-Engelsma
A Covenant School *
Does Reformed Make A Difference
So Built We the Wall
Scripture-in-the-Schools-Engelsma
The Antithesis and Christian Education
The Legacy of Good Christian Schools

Rev. Bekkering

Do We Need a Protestant Reformed Teacher Training School?

Rev. C. Hanko

Our Own School Movement – Volume 20 – 1944

Rev. R. Hanko

Christian Education – A Reformation Heritage

Rev. A Brummel

The Consistory’s Duty to Promote Christian Education

Rev. G. Lubbers

The Christian School and The Church – Vol 18 1942

Rev. H. Veldman

Speech In Behalf of Our School Movement – Volume 20 – 1944

Rev. Herman Hanko

Our Own High School-A Necessity
Special Education- A Corporate Covenantal Responsibility

Rev. C. Haak

A Protestant Reformed Liberal Arts College

Rev. Heys

Covenant Faithfulness and Joy – Vol. 44 1968

Rev. Key

The Biblical Basis and Goal of Christian Education (1)
The Biblical Basis and Goal of Christian Education (2)

Rev. N. Langerak

A Brief History of Christian Education

Rev. Schipper

Principles of Education

Ms. Agatha Lubbers

Establishing Schools to Provide Reformed-Covenant Education (1)
Establishing Schools to Provide Reformed-Covenant Education (2)
Establishing Schools to Provide Reformed Covenant Education (3)
Establishing Schools to Provide Reformed Covenant Education (4)
Establishing Schools to Provide Reformed Covenant Education (5)
Establishing Schools to Provide Reformed Covenant Education (6)
Establishing Schools to Provide Reformed Covenant Education (7)
Establishing School to Provide Reformed Covenant Education (8)
Establishing Schools to Provide Reformed Covenant Education (9)
The Christian Story and the Christian School (1): A Defense of the Narrative Approach in Reformed Christian Education
The Christian Story and the Christian School (2): A Defense of the Narrative Approach in Reformed Christian Education
The Christian Story and the Christian School (3): A Defense of the Narrative Approach in Reformed Christian Education
The Christian Story and the Christian School (4): A Defense of the Narrative Approach in Reformed Christian Education
The Christian Story and the Christian School (5): A Defense of the Narrative Approach in Reformed Christian Education

Mr. Fred Hanko

Education in the Post-Christian Era
Goals-of-Protestant-Reformed-Education-F.-Hanko
Thinking Covenantally

Mr. Don Doezema

Covenant Christian High School (Grand Rapids)

Mr. Bruce Van Solkema

Covenant Christian Education — Survival by Commitment to Obey our Covenant God and Fulfill the Demands of the Covenant