Puritan Board Post-Graduate
Let me see: Errr, (rolling the "r") Scotje De Klerk. Yep, sounds Dutch to me.
Well, you can imagine my surprise when I found out that Abraham wasn't a Dutch name. It sounded so Dutch when my Grandfather used to pronounce it. There's Aahbrahaahm, and Daahvid, and so on. I couldn't really get the hang of the Dutch name for Acts, though. That sounded so unBiblical. Handelingen? Oh well.