Resources tagged: Reformed Theology
R. Scott Clark discusses the role of church history in the Christian life, about the federal vision controversy, and about his book, Recovering the Reformed Confession.
Michael Horton discusses his coming to the Reformed faith, what the gospel is, and about how the Christian life relates to the good news.
When we invoke the whole phrase — “the church Reformed and always being reformed according to the Word of God” — we confess that we belong to the church and not simply to ourselves and that this church is always created and renewed by the Word of God rather than by the spirit of the age.
The Canons of Dort provided much more than the famous acronym TULIP, they taught a pastoral doctrine of grace and provided a model for the stewardship of the Gospel.
Once the Law’s legitimate claim against us is satisfied, the gospel and the law conspire together to give us both grace and direction for our Christian life, in relation to God and our neighbors.