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Henry J. Kuiper Collection

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Title: Henry J. Kuiper Collection, 1910-1997Add to your cart.

ID: COLL/153

Primary Creator: Henry J. Kuiper (1885-1962)

Extent: 5.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Folder level description

Abstract

Minister of the Christian Reformed Church and editor of the publication The Banner. The collection includes newspaper clippings detailing the parochial school amendment in Michigan and the possibility of compulsory attendance at public schools; two letters, in Dutch, written from Prairie View, Kansas, to the Prospect Park Christian Reformed Church consistory at Holland, Michigan, describing conditions upon arrival; listing of publications, 1921-1963; a 1942 message of hope; pamphlets; and sermon notes regarding the Heidelberg Catechism, the Old Testament, and the New Testament.

Biographical Note

Henry J. Kuiper was a minister of the Christian Reformed Church. He was born on December 22, 1885 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He attended Calvin College and Seminary, graduating in 1907. Same year as his graduation he married Cornelia Freyling. Together they had two daughters: Helen and Claire.  He served in Luctor, Kansas, 1907; Prospect Park, Holland, Michigan, 1910; Second Englewood, Chicago, Illinois, 1913; Broadway, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1919; Neland Avenue, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1929; retired, 1956.

“H. J.” served as editor of The Banner.  This he did in a part-time capacity when he began his ministry of Neland Avenue in 1929.  For fifteen years, he functioned in both capacities.  In 1944, he became the first full-time editor and continued in this ministry until 1956, the time of his retirement.  His editorial talent also involved other publications: The Witness, and The Reformed Herald.  In the period of his retirement, Rev. H.J. Kuiper was appointed managing editor of the Torch and Trumpet, in which capacity he functioned until the day of his death.  He also served as an editor of the Psalter Hymnal.

Denominational activities included serving as delegate to synod eight times (in 1936 and 1937 he served as president); member of the Chicago Board of City Missions; chairman of the Grand Rapids City Mission Board for fifteen years. He also served as second president of the Young Men’s Federation; first president of Grand Rapids Christian High School Board; and member of the Board of Trustees of Calvin College and Seminary.

A colleague wrote, “Rev. H. J. Kuiper deserves to be remembered as a man who spoke and wrote in the full conviction that what he expressed was in accordance with the Word of God and was for the spiritual welfare of our church.”

Henry J. Kuiper passed away due to illness on December 23, 1962 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.


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Series 1: VariaAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: Article entitled, "Pastor Replies to Recent Parochial School Editorial" in Northwest Weekly --- November 14, 1924Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Two letters from Luctor Christian Reformed Church to Prospect Park Consistory, Holland, Michigan --- 1910Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Jesus Christ is the Same, Yesterday and Today, Yea and Forever:  the Immutable Christ --- 1921Add to your cart.
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Item 1: One Hundred Questions and Answers for Review on Reformed Doctrine --- 1929Add to your cart.
Item 2: The Compendium Simplified and Amplified --- 1922 and 1929Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Three Points of Common Grace --- 1925Add to your cart.
[HERH BT761.K8]
Folder 6: Listing:  HJK Publications --- 1921-1963Add to your cart.
(J. K. Honeyford, 1997)
Folder 7: Gun Lake Chapel 50th Anniversary --- 1987Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Message, "A Message of Hope for Nations in Distress," National Day of Prayer --- January 1, 1942Add to your cart.
Item 1: Scrapbook --- 1910-1924Add to your cart.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Item 1: Subject index to all the articles and editorials of H. J. Kuiper compiled by George Vande Werken as part of his History 400 ProjectAdd to your cart.
Series 2: SermonsAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Sermons on Heidelberg CatechismAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Sermons on Old Testament textsAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Sermons on New Testament textsAdd to your cart.
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Item 2: Published sermon on Hebrews 13:8 --- 1921Add to your cart.
Item 3: Diary of sermons preached on the catechism and Bible passagesAdd to your cart.

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