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Book Review | Sola Scriptura!: The Protestant Position on the Bible


Sola Scriptura!: The Protestant Position on the Bible by Don Kistler
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Throughout Sola Scriptura the authors expound on what the authors argue is the key principle of The Reformation. 202 more words

Book Review

Under the Fearful Cross: John Knox and the Cost of Reformission

Anyone who has followed this blog for any length of time will already be familiar with the concept of reformission. It is, of course, the overriding theme of all that I write about here at Reformissio. 1,166 more words

Reformed Theology

The Baptism of Believers Only

The goal of this paper is to use biblical theology[1] to demonstrate the merits of credobaptism. The form of the paper will be as a response to the paedobaptistic reading of the covenants defined by the Westminster Confession of Faith. 3,892 more words

Baptism

Words of Wisdom for When a Christian Leaves the Faith

It is grievous to hear of declensions, especially in those whom we love, there are many reasons why we ought to be affected, but we must not be cast down.

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Christian Life

Knowing Oneself

The wisdom behind the adage “know thyself” is acknowledged for many generations. In fact, even contemporary school curriculums are influenced by this widely known aphorism. And though it is often associated with the Temple of Apollo and ancient Egyptian writings , the Old Testament of the Christian Bible is not silent in the importance and necessity of self-discovery and self-examination. 1,111 more words

Christian Life

SERMON: 1 John 3:19-24, "How We Know That We Know"

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1 John 3:19-24, “How We Know That We Know”

19 By this we shall know that we are of the truth and reassure our heart before him; 20 for whenever our heart condemns us, God is greater than our heart, and he knows everything. 86 more words

Let Us Delight In Prayer

LET US DELIGHT IN PRAYER

“Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: and He shall hear my voice.” Psalm 55:17… 492 more words

Reformed Theology