Category Archive for: ‘Grossmann, Robert’

So, What Is The Church Anyway?

As a son of the late Rev. Walter Grossmann, who was the Stated Clerk of the Eureka Classis from 1935 to 1956, the undersigned has fallen heir to a great many of his papers and other effects. For those twenty-one years (1935 -1956) the Eureka Classis successfully continued as the Reformed Church in the United States after refusing to join …

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Portraits: Rev. Robert Grossmann

Robert Edwin Grossmann was born at Eureka, SD, on August 7, 1937, to the Rev. Walter Grossmann and his wife, Dorothy (nee Mueller) of Hosmer, SD. Rev. Walter Grossmann served the Hosmer Charge, a charge of over four hundred baptized members spread among three congregations: the town Church, Neudorf (Newtown), and Calvin congregations located in the countryside north and northeast …

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With another American election behind us, we have once again experienced the uniqueness of our country. Not only has the American system produced the most liberty, prosperity and safety for its people that people anywhere have ever enjoyed, it has produced a nation at peace with itself. Our political and economic disagreements and battles are much like those in other …

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Christ, the Covenantal Savior

Christ from the Old Testament When we think of the amazing grace of God in sending His divine Son into the world as a human being who would save us from our sins, most of us are well aware that there are dozens of prophecies in the Old Testament that are fulfilled in every aspect of His life on earth. …

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