Request for Information: Leonard Verduin

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  1. Squire Robertsson

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    Dr. Verduin is the author of The Reformers and Their Stepchildren. (Which I highly recommend.) I find myself in need of some deeper biographical information besides the TR&TS book jacket. Yes, I know the man is/was Dutch Reformed (CRC). By now, God has combed or soon will comb the kinks out of his theology. So thank you for your attention to this matter.
     
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    Thanks, 1897-1999 is a good long life. But the page won't link me to the listed articles. :(
     
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    Seems to be a dearth of information on the Web; just bits and pieces. If you can get your hands on the April 2004 issue of The Mennonite Quarterly, Gerlof D. Homan has a biographical sketch, Torn Between Two Faiths? It's not available online, so far as I can find.
     
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    All I can find is on the Calvin College Distinguished Alumni page.

    By the way, I have "The Reformers and their Stepchildren," "The Anatomy of a Hybrid," and "The Complete Works of Menno Simons."

    Good stuff!
     
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    That's what I found. Not much for such a seminal author.
     

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