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Reformed Theology

Reformed Theology 

The approach to Biblical doctrine known as Reformed Theology is traceable back to the Great Reformation of the 16th Century.  Of course, the Christian leaders from that era, known as The Reformers, would declare that their doctrine was merely the truth of the Scriptures, as suggested by the phrase they adopted for it, “Sola Scriptura.”  And so Reformed theology is not really a new belief system to the church at all, but one that follows apostolic doctrine. However, it came to greater clarity during the times of the Great Reformation.

Here you’ll find our magnificent collection of writings which emphatically declare doctrines such as the perfect inspiration and absolute sufficiency of Scripture, the sovereignty of God, salvation by grace alone in Jesus Christ, and the necessity of God-exalting evangelism, which declares His glory in the gospel.

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