William Masselink

The Reverend Dr. William Masselink (1897-1973) was the founder of the Chicago Christian School for Handicapped Children and the pastor of the Second Christian Reformed Church in Englewood (known popularly as the "72nd Street Church"). He received a diploma from Grundy College (1918), earned a Th.M. degree at Princeton Seminary (1919), attended the Chicago Divinity School in 1920, and then completed two doctorates, the first a Ph.D. degree from Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky (1921), and the second, a Th.D. degree from the Free University of Amsterdam (1937). In 1942, after serving the Second Christian Reformed Church in Englewood for ten years, he joined the faculty of the Reformed Bible College in Grand Rapids and taught until he retired in 1963.

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The History of Chiliasm

By: William Masselink

Volume 10, Number 12 (March 16, 2008, to March 22, 2008)

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Topics: Last Days

The Erroneous Interpretation of Prophecy

By: William Masselink

Volume 10, Number 13 (March 23, 2008, to March 29, 2008)

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