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Always Reformed: Essays in Honor of W. Robert Godfrey

This volume was published in 2010 in celebration of Bob Godfrey’s sixth-fifth birthday. It is a collection of essays by Reformed scholars on a variety of topics. Contributors: Sinclair Ferguson, D. G. Hart, Richard Muller, Michael Horton, Kim Riddlebarger, R. C. Sproul, . . . Continue reading →

What The Reformed Can Learn From A 1532 Synod

Introduction In researching the essay on sola scriptura I found myself reading the 44 articles of the Synod of Bern, which was held January 9–14, 1532. In attendance were 230 delegates, including Wolfgang Capito (c. 1478–1541) and William Farel (1489–1565). Two things . . . Continue reading →

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The Reformation was above all a doctrinal reform in the life of the church. Throughout the Middle Ages, calls for reform had primarily been concerned with the moral life of the church. The Reformation certainly resulted in profound moral and spiritual renewal . . . Continue reading →