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In many modern histories of Christian missions, the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century is depicted as a movement lacking missionary zeal. 301 more words

Book Notes

Love As The Preeminent Mark Of The Church

Traditionally, there are three marks of the church: the preaching of the Word, the administration of the Sacraments, and discipline. The Belgic Confession (Article 29) states, 459 more words

Theology

In Defense of Creeds

As a first year seminary student I recall my initial studies of Reformed creeds and confessions. I was mesmerized by their theological accuracy, pastoral leaning, and the historical background that characterized them. 403 more words

Theology

Francis Turretin (1623-1687) on guilt, grace, and gratitude in the Old Testament ceremonial law

 

Those of you who are familiar with the Heidelberg Catechism will know that the Catechism explicitly adopts a threefold structure in its treatment of Christian doctrine, as laid out in Question 2: 587 more words

General Theology

Francis Turretin (1623-1687) on guilt, grace, and gratitude in the Old Testament ceremonial law

 

Those of you who are familiar with the Heidelberg Catechism will know that the Catechism explicitly adopts a threefold structure in its treatment of Christian doctrine, as laid out in Question 2: 587 more words

General Theology

Conclusion of "Surprised by the Voice of God

This post wraps up the discussion on Jack Deere’s “Surprised by the Voice of God.” To look at what is true, normal and real, this post summarizes what has been discussed and asks, “how can we know we are listening to the Holy Spirit?” 696 more words

Bible Study

The Sufficiency of Scripture and Concluding Thoughts on Inspiration

The final doctrine on the inspiration of Scripture is discussed briefly here in the form of the Sufficiency of Scripture. The conclusion ties the last few posts up and discusses the overarching theme on the importance of the inspiration of Scripture. 820 more words

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