The Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper

Each Wednesday evening at Trinity College in Bristol, England, we observed Holy Communion. While walking down the old stone steps on the way to the chapel for that service, one of those discoveries began to unfold for me. It suddenly...
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The Five Points of Calvinism

The Five Points of Calvinism

The subjects of “Calvinism,” “Puritanism,” “predestination,” and “election” do not have happy associations in the popular mind. Hear these terms and the mind imagines colorless landscapes, black suits and black hats, faces frowning under the we...
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Is Reformed Worship Eurocentric?

If the immediate roots are European, are there foundational roots in the Patristic church that are non-European? If that is indeed the case, how does this affect our outlook? Calvin claimed that his “Form of Church Prayers” was “According to...
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The Case for Traditional Protestantism

The Case for Traditional Protestantism

The Solas of the Reformation This is a timely piece of writing that argues passionately and persuasively for a serious reconsideration of the great scriptural principles that under-girded the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century. Far from being outd...
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