Our Spiritual Roots: The Reformation and the Rediscovery of the Gospel

To be Reformed means to be biblical, to recognise and submit oneself to the supreme authority of God’s Word. This article argues that this is the lesson we must learn from the Reformation. Going back to God’s word led to the rediscovery of the gospel and liberated the church from traditionalism.

Truth in All Its Glory – Salvation Belongs to the Lord

What is Reformed theology? What does it mean to adhere to the Reformed faith? Do Reformed theologians claim that there is one all-encompassing summary of the Reformed faith? In Chapter 1 William Edgar claims that part of the task of ordering our theological ideas is to assign a centre and then move toward the periphery. At the heart of Reformed theology is the desire to credit all good things to God. Chapter 1 is a reflection on the significance of this desire and claim.

Sing a New Song - The History of Psalm Singing in the Christian Church

Many believers use the Psalms as a prayer book. It is also primarily God’s hymn book. From the early church the Psalter has been both the prayer and hymn book of the church. The author indicates this for the apostolic church and the church of the early church fathers. He continues with the Middle Ages and the Reformed tradition.

Creative and Reformed: About Room for Missionary Projects

Pointing to the reality that being Reformed and creative go hand-in-hand, this article shows that throughout church history, the Reformed faith has distinguished between form and content. It is through this distinguishing character of the Reformed and the desire to remain faithful to Scripture that creativeness in mission work can find room.