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Evangelicalism and the Priority of Parachurch Institutions

Carl Trueman on how evangelicalism prioritizes parachurch institutions over and above the church. ...

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Philip Schaff: The 39 Articles Are Reformed

Philip Schaff: The 39 Articles are found in every collection of Reformed confessions....

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Why Do We Like To Be Constantly Told What To Do?

Graeme Goldsworthy explains why we like to be constantly told what we are to do and why we like to be battered and bruised by preachers....

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Baptism Is Far From Automatic

Michael Green discussing The Gorham Judgement and clarifying the Anglican position on baptism and regeneration....

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Confirmation Cannot Be a Sacrament

Confirmation cannot be a sacrament- a means of grace. Rather, confirmation is one's profession of faith- the believer's act, a response to the promise made in baptism....

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Why are the means of grace restricted to Word and sacrament?

J.V. Fesko, in his book, Word, Water and Spirit: A Reformed Perspective on Baptism, explains why the means of grace are restricted to Word and sacrament....

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Reconciliation: The Good News of the Gospel

Jerry Bridges discussing the good news of God's initiative in reconciling His enemies to Himself. ...

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The Kingdom is the Gospel and the Gospel is the Kingdom

Michael Horton on the gospel and kingdom....

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Clarifying, “ecclesia reformata, semper reformanda”

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

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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....

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