A Fresh Look at God’s Covenant with Man

Reformed theology has historically been known for its keen interest in the doctrine of God’s covenant with man. It was the Reformed theologians, more than e.g. the Lutherans or the Roman Catholics, which developed this doctrine on the basis of the Biblical givens. Hence one cannot understand the Reformed faith or lay claim to being Reformed […]

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Is the Glory Departing?

Israel had been defeated by the Philistines. Some Israelites got what he thought was a bright idea. With the ark of Jehovah in the midst of the army hostilities should be resumed. That would make victory certain. The idea caught on. The priests Hophni and Phinehas were commissioned to carry the ark. However, in the ensuing […]

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Examining the Nine Points: An Introduction

In the Reformed and Presbyterian world summer usually means Synod or General Assembly, and the summer of 2007 was a particularly notable season for such assemblies since both the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and the United Reformed Churches in North America (URCNA) took action regarding the New Perspective(s) on Paul and the self-described Fed­eral […]

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