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Five Myths About Reformed Theology: Part 4

March 6, 2013
Five Myths About Reformed Theology: Part 4

Reformed piety includes the personal aspect, including private prayer and meditation on Scripture. Yet it emphasizes the importance of growing together: as covenant families in daily worship and instruction (catechism) and in the communion of saints gathering each Lord’s Day for the Word, the sacraments, and discipline.

Five Myths About Reformed Theology: Part 3

March 2, 2013
Five Myths About Reformed Theology: Part 3

Reformed theology emphasizes that our entire salvation is due to God’s faithfulness, not ours. Yet precisely because this is true, we want to be faithful.

Five Myths About Reformed Theology: Part 2

February 27, 2013
Five Myths About Reformed Theology: Part 2

Regardless of what individuals teach, our confessions teach that human beings are never forced to believe or do anything against their will.

Five Myths About Reformed Theology: Part 1

February 25, 2013
Five Myths About Reformed Theology: Part 1

I would add one myth that would top all of these five myths; in fact, this is way more popular than all myths about Reformed Christianity. What is this myth?

Ten Myths About Calvinism

April 17, 2012
Ten Myths About Calvinism

How is it possible that irresistible, a term intended to besmirch and caricature the concept of a grace that eventually prevails over all opposition, has been taken up and championed by those it was meant to portray unfavorably?

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