Tag Archives: Reformed Theology

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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Salvation Is Not By Choice

We live in an American Christian culture that places a premium on decision making. We have a proud heritage of individual rights bestowed by our founding fathers that enshrines freedom as the defining feature of our government. We carry this … Continue reading

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Seeing Scripture Through New Spectacles

Just think of Reformed Theology as a pair of glasses that corrects vision from blurry to sharp when reading Scripture. Continue reading

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How the Church Became Lukewarm

Why should we be surprised that there are so many unconverted members in our congregations? Continue reading

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