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W. Robert Godfrey, writing in the January, 2019, issue of Tabletalk, in his article, "The Reason for Dort," writes (page 8, bold is mine):
"The Dutch Calvinists decided that the synod should be more than simply a national synod. They invited representatives from most of the Reformed...
There has got to be something.. Lay a Bible upright? Memorizing a catechism?
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What resources do you recommend for becoming a better shepherd? e.g., When my wife is discouraged about something and needs to be led toward Christ? Or when a child is in the midst of an angry tirade and needs to be directed toward repentance?
Surely, this must start with my own personal...
I came (but currently going through the inquirer's class of a reformed church) from a non-denominational church who just started a consistent celebration of the Lord's Supper early last year. The church also encourages a celebration of the Lord's Supper between members administered or...
Hi, I'll possibly be moving to Singapore next year and was looking up Presbyterian churches there. There are... a lot. And being relatively new to Presbyterianism, I wasn't sure how to tease out which is which.
I see a goodly number are Exclusive Psalmody, which we are not (our family loves...
Unless I miss my guess, two of J. Gresham Machen's books, New Testament Greek for Beginners (1923) and Christianity and Liberalism (1923) fall permanently out of copyright today (1/1/19). The latter has never been out of print. As of today, anyone can publish them.
May the Lord continue to be gracious to you all in this new year ahead.
Does anyone know what is the biggest, and most thoroughly Reformed ministry out there today? Preferably with an online presence.
All I can think of is Ligonier, but I am wondering if there is something more...
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