Belgic Confession Article 36: The Civil Government
Belgic Confession Article 35: The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper
Belgic Confession Article 34: The Sacrament of Baptism
Belgic Confession Article 33: The Sacraments
Belgic Confession Article 32: The Order and Discipline of the Church
Belgic Confession Article 31:The Officers of the Church
Belgic Confession Article 30: The Government of the Church
Belgic Confession Article 29: The Marks of the True and the False Church
Belgic Confession Article 28: Everyone’s Duty to Join the Church
Belgic Confession Article 27: The Catholic Christian Church
Belgic Confession Article 26: Christ’s Intercession
Belgic Confession Article 25: Christ, the Fulfilment of the Law
Belgic Confession Article 24: Man’s Sanctification and Good Works
Belgic Confession Article 23: Our Righteousness before God
Belgic Confession Article 22: Our Justification through faith in Christ
Belgic Confession Article 21: The Satisfaction of Christ our High Priest
Belgic Confession Article 20: The Justice and Mercy of God in Christ
Belgic Confession Article 19: The Two Natures in the One Person of Christ
Belgic Confession Article 18: The Incarnation of the Son of God
Belgic Confession Article 17: The Rescue of Fallen Man
Belgic Confession Article 16: Divine Election
Belgic Confession Article 15: Original Sin
Belgic Confession Article 14: The creation and fall of man and his incapability of doing what is truly good
Belgic Confession Article 13: The Providence of God
Belgic Confession Article 12: The Creation of All Things, Especially the Angels
Belgic Confession Article 11: The Holy Spirit True and Eternal God
Belgic Confession Article 10: Jesus Christ True and Eternal God
Belgic Confession Article 8 & 9: God is One in Essence, Yet Distinguished in Three Persons Scripture Proof of this Doctrine
Belgic Confession Article 7: The Sufficiency of Holy Scripture
Belgic Confession Article 6: The Difference between the Canonical and Apocryphal Books
Belgic Confession Article 5: The Authority of Holy Scripture
Belgic Confession Article 4: The Canonical Books
Belgic Confession Article 3: The Word of God
Belgic Confession Article 2: How God Makes Himself Known to Us
Belgic Confession Article 1: There Is Only One God
Canons of Dort Chapter 5 – The Perseverance of the Saints
Canons of Dort Chapter 3/4 – The Corruption of Man, His Conversion to God, and the Manner in Which It Occurs
Canons of Dort Chapter 2 – Christ's Death and Man's Redemption through It
Canons of Dort Chapter 1 – Divine Election and Reprobation
Background to the Canons of Dort
Does God Punish the Christian's Sin?
If Christ received the punishment for the believer's sin, can God still punish the Christian for his sins? This article looks at the evidence of how God dealt with His people in the Bible. Then it shows that God does punish sins of Christians, hence Christians are called to live a life of repentance and fighting against sin.
A Historical Overview of Church Government
This article discusses the historical development of different types of church government and their characteristics. It looks at the papal church government, Lutheran church government, Reformed church government, congregationalism, and collegialism.
Principles behind Reformed Church Polity (4)
Church polity seeks to answer the question: how does Christ want things done in his church? This article shows that the fact that the church is one, holy, apostolic, and catholic has a beaning on the churches working together. These characteristics of the church call for a bond of churches. This article explains.
Principles behind Reformed Church Polity (3)
Church polity seeks to answer the question: how does Christ want things done in his church? This article discusses the independence of each church and the cooperation and interaction with other churches, showing that churches in the New Testament recognized each other as sister churches.
Principles behind Reformed Church Polity (2)
Church polity seeks to answer the question: how does Christ want things done in his church? This article shows that Jesus Christ rules his church through the office of elders. It discusses the shift of authority from the apostles to office-bearers.
The Role of the Older Christian Women
Older women have a role to play in the church. This article defines this role by looking at Titus 2:3-4
Principles behind Reformed Church Polity (1)
Church polity seeks to answer the question: how does Christ want things done in his church? To answer, this article looks at the biblical ground for church government, the office of all believers, and Christ's rule of his church.
Relating to Your Homosexual Neighbour
How should Christians relate to homosexuals? This article considers two fundamental things that must structure the way Christians relate to them: the reality of sin, and the victory in Christ.
This article explains the order of worship as outlined in the liturgy of many Reformed churches.
What's Wrong with Homosexuality?
This article explains that homosexuality is wrong because the Lord condemns and hates homosexual activity.
Infant Baptism and the Unity of Scripture
This article argues that fundamental to the question of infant baptism is the issue of hermeneutics. Is there continuity between the Old and New Testaments? This article addresses this question.
Infant Baptism and Children in the Old Covenant
Understanding the place of children in the Old Testament covenant as well as the continuity of the covenant is essential to embracing the biblical teaching on infant baptism. This article highlights this truth.
What Does It Mean to Be Reformed?
Are you Reformed? To answer this question you must know what it means to be Reformed. This article discusses some of the distinctives of Reformed doctrine, particularly its view of God, man, covenant, God's mercy, and human responsibility.
Sow Your Seed
Needed: Teflon Men
A Living Relation with God
Christian Education and the Task of the Officebearer
Baptismal Promise and Education
Christian Education and the Church Order: A History
The Possibility of Prayer
Finding the Elders We Need
Ecclesiastes 7:13 - God Made it Crooked
Ecclesiastes 5:1 - Watch Your Foot
The Role of Christian Older Men
In light of Titus 2:2, this article shows the role of older men in the church. These men have a task of mentoring younger men in the path of faith.
Collections at the Lord's Supper?
The Mirror of Auschwitz
Luke 22:44 - Sweat as Blood
The Spirits of the Air: Of Angels & Demons
John 20:19 - Peace
My Child Needs Discipline
1 John 4:7 - God's Example
From Brokenness to Blessedness
Matthew 27:51 - Earthquake
Romans 8:30 - Already Glorified?
This is an article on the historical context of the Belgic Confession.