Category Archives: Reformed Theology

This Will Deepen Your Love for Christ

Understanding Christ’s Nature I have always believed that Jesus Christ was both God and Man. But until I was introduced to the reformed faith, I did not think He had a fully human soul. I always thought the Holy Spirit … Continue reading

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Where Seeker Friendly Ultimately Leads

Where Seeker Friendly Came From The Seeker Friendly phenomenon had its genesis with Robert Schuller of Crystal Cathedral fame. It was first popularized in his book “The Power of Positive Thinking.” Two of his first disciples were Bill Hybels and … Continue reading

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Genuine Faith

┬áThe Importance of Sound Theology 2 Timothy 2:15 says, “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.” Believers interpret the Bible in … Continue reading

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What Does it Mean to be Reformed?

I recently had a conversation with a woman who is very active in church Bible studies. These are normally small group studies that are based on an inductive Bible study method. People are free to draw conclusions about what the … Continue reading

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Why Theology Matters

We live in a pluralistic society comprised of many nationalities, languages and religions. In order to accommodate all the diversity in such a society, those who shape our institutions have upheld multiculturalism as our most basic defining value. It is … Continue reading

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Appropriating the Gospel

I have often wondered why some professing Christians show so little progress in the faith while others develop an immediate love for the Word of God and experience the transforming power of the Holy Spirit in a dramatic way. For … Continue reading

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Why Reformed Teaching Divides the Church

I have always wondered why the church has all the same problems as the rest of the world. My son was molested by a missionary, the mission and their supporting churches covered it up. My ex-wife had an affair with … Continue reading

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