Category Archives: Reformed Faith

What is the Reformed Faith?

By Dr. Michael S. Horton © 1993 Modern Reformation Magazine How do I go to God?”, someone asked the Scottish Presbyterian, Horatius Bonar. The parson answered, “It is with our sins that we go to God, for we have nothing else that we can truly call our own.” Much like Lutheranism, the Reformed tradition was […]

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“What is a Reformed Church?”

© 2008 by Daniel R. Hyde. All rights reserved A Reformed church is Christian, Protestant, Confessional, not Catholic, not “dead, traditional, or ritualistic.” We believe that sinful humans are saved by grace alone, from eternity past to eternity future, and that we experience this grace of God as the Holy Spirit uses certain means that […]

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“The Golden Chain of Our Salvation”

  An Introduction to the Canons of Dort Join us in a whole day study of these important Biblical doctrines as summarized in this 1619 Reformed confession. This seminar will be taught by Rev. John A. Bouwers, whose goal is “that by God’s grace the students come to a deeper appreciation of the powerful and […]

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Ang Kapahayagang Cambridge (The Cambridge Declaration)

On April 20, 1996, the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals (ACE) met in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and issued a document called “The Cambridge Declaration.” In this document, the ACE calls all evangelicals “to turn away from the worldly methods it has come to embrace, and to recover the Biblical doctrines of the Reformation.” ANG KAPAHAYAGANG CAMBRIDGE PART 1 – […]

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