Wes Bredenhof has a helpful post doing a little text criticism on Belgic Art. 29.
I was listening to a podcast recently in which someone remarked that Reformed churches can be “cold.” In my first pastorate I had an elder who used to joke that, in the days before refrigeration, “they used to build the Reformed church . . . Continue reading →
This is part four in our series on prayer, Our Father but before we get there we answer Brian’s Heidelext message asking about whether to stay in his congregation. They are in the process of joining the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches. . . . Continue reading →
The Belgic Confession was written by a Reformed pastor, Guy de Bres (1522–1567), who adopted the Reformed faith as a young man and studied with several Reformed luminaries, including John Calvin, before serving as a pastor, church planter, and chaplain in France . . . Continue reading →