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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?

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