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October 31, 2019 by John Fonville 0 comments

Clarifying, “ecclesia reformata, semper reformanda”

Martin Davie clarifying the often misunderstood post-World War II Latin phrase, “ecclesia reformata, semper reformanda."...Keep Reading

Tags: evangelicalism, Reformation, ecclesia reformata semper reformanda, reforming, Reformation Day

October 31, 2019 by John Fonville 0 comments

There Are No “Non-Liturgical” Churches

There is no such thing as a “non-liturgical church.” The choice is not between liturgy or no liturgy, but between having an agreed-upon, well-thought-out liturgy or leaving things to the spur of the moment and the discretion of the leader. As one wag has rightly observed, if you think “organized religion” is bad, try disorganized religion....Keep Reading

Tags: Liturgy, Reformation, corporate worship, Book of Common Prayer, Liturgical, extemporaneous prayer, precomposed prayers

July 24, 2017 by John Fonville 0 comments

Theodore Beza on the Law and Gospel, Part 5

Theodore Beza on the manner in which the Gospel includes, in substance, the books of the Old Testament....Keep Reading

Tags: Geneva, Reformed, fulfillment, Reformation, promise, john calvin, theodore beza, Old Testament, gospel

July 24, 2017 by John Fonville 0 comments

Theodore Beza on the Law and the Gospel, Part 4

Theodore Beza on the Gospel and its authority, why, how and for what end (purpose) it was written....Keep Reading

Tags: john calvin, Geneva, Reformed, Reformation, theodore beza, law, law and gospel, gospel

July 24, 2017 by John Fonville 0 comments

Theodore Beza on the Law and Gospel, Part 3

Theodore Beza on what end (purpose) the Holy Spirit uses the preaching of the Law....Keep Reading

Tags: john calvin, Geneva, Reformed, Reformation, means of grace, theodore beza, preaching, law and gospel