ARTICLES OF INTEREST
The following articles cover several important topics. They have not been published in the RT magazine because of size constraints, but are made available below
In this research paper the intention is to examine the motivation and purpose of John Calvin when writing his Institutes of the Christian Religion (also known as simply 'Institutes' or 'Institutio').
The aim of this article is to give a brief survey of the reformed answers given in the great 17th century reformed confessions and to evaluate the relevance of these views for today.
Although the Jewish people at large had rejected Jesus Christ as their Messiah, still many thousands had come to believe in him.
Intimacy with God should serve as the foundation for every aspect of our lives, but especially it should be the foundation and mainspring of our ministry to others.
Since the Assembly, the Second London Baptist Confession has been popularly known as the 1689 Confession, although it was in fact first published in 1677.
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