What Is a Reformed Church?

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P & R Pub., 2003 - Religion - 28 pages
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Pastors of Reformed churches are often asked, "What is a Reformed church?" or "What do you mean by Reformed?" Few booklet-length answers are available. Stephen Smallman, author of Understanding the Faith, has provided a booklet that pastors and churches will find eminently useful. While teaching inquires classes, Smallman writes, "I got a sense of the kind of issues that are in peoples' minds as they struggle to understand and appreciate the core doctrines and traditions of the church." In What Is a Reformed Church? he treats historical roots and the doctrines of Scripture, divine sovereignty, the covenant, the law, the church, and the kingdom.

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User Review  - Ron_Gilbert - LibraryThing

While I recommend this book overall, it is a sign of myopia that the author makes the error of equating his Presbyterianism with being Reformed. It is notable that only Smallman's creed, the Westminster Confession of Faith, does not do this. Otherwise a good pamphlet. Read full review

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User Review  - erikssonfamily - LibraryThing

A great little booklet on the major principles of a reformed church. It is a great resource for any pastor to give to his congregates. Read full review

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