Resources tagged: Reformed Theology
An examination of the important differences between Reformed theology and hyper-Calvinism.
In 1551 - four hundred fifty years ago - a dramatic confrontation occurred in Geneva between John Calvin and Jerome Bolsec over the doctrine of predestination. Today that controversy is largely forgotten, but it was a significant episode that provides a remarkable window on the character and meaning of the Reformation.
Our confessional Reformed denominations should consider a bold move to express their unity and increase the credibility of their witness by joining together under one general assembly with each former denomination becoming a particular synod under that general assembly.
The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals is a strong beginning for a movement to call all evangelicals to self-examination and reflection, to repentance and renewal at the doctrinal center of our commitment to Christ.
A discussion of the Heidelberg Catechism in its historical context.