Reformed Theology "Read three psalms in the morning, two in the evening. You'll read the whole book of Psalms in a month. It'll change your life."  Calvinism

“Read three psalms in the morning, two in the evening. You’ll read the whole book of Psalms in a month. It’ll change your life.”

Reformed Theology "Read three psalms in the morning, two in the evening. You'll read the whole book of Psalms in a month. It'll change your life."  Calvinism
“Read three psalms in the morning, two in the evening. You’ll read the whole book of Psalms in a month. It’ll change your life.”

~ The always thought provoking Alan Jacobs speaking in my church's adult Sunday school last week.

~ The always thought provoking Alan Jacobs speaking in my church’s adult Sunday school last week.
Link: “Read three psalms in the morning, two in the evening. You’ll read the whole book of Psalms in a month. It’ll change your life.”
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Reformed Theology TIL the New Living Translation is the only major version to translate Galatians 6:11 literally  Calvinism

TIL the New Living Translation is the only major version to translate Galatians 6:11 literally

Reformed Theology TIL the New Living Translation is the only major version to translate Galatians 6:11 literally  Calvinism
TIL the New Living Translation is the only major version to translate Galatians 6:11 literally

ESV:

11 See with what large letters I am writing to you with my own hand.

KJV

11 Ye see how large a letter I have written unto you with mine own hand.

NASB:

11 See with what large letters I am writing to you with my own hand.

NIV:

11 See what large letters I use as I write to you with my own hand!

NRSV:

11 See what large letters I make when I am writing in my own hand!

NLT

11 NOTICE WHAT LARGE LETTERS I USE AS I WRITE THESE CLOSING WORDS IN MY OWN HANDWRITING.

ESV:11 See with what large letters I am writing to you with my own hand.KJV11 Ye see how large a letter I have written unto you with mine own hand.NASB:11 See with what large letters I am writing to you with my own hand.NIV:11 See what large letters I use as I write to you with my own hand!NRSV:11 See what large letters I make when I am writing in my own hand!NLT11 NOTICE WHAT LARGE LETTERS I USE AS I WRITE THESE CLOSING WORDS IN MY OWN HANDWRITING.
Link: TIL the New Living Translation is the only major version to translate Galatians 6:11 literally
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Reformed Theology Wisdom from Above: A Reformed Catholic Vision of Theological Education  Calvinism

Wisdom from Above: A Reformed Catholic Vision of Theological Education

Reformed Theology Wisdom from Above: A Reformed Catholic Vision of Theological Education  Calvinism
Wisdom from Above: A Reformed Catholic Vision of Theological Education
https://soundcloud.com/rtsorlando/reformed-catholicity-a-vision-for-theological-education
https://soundcloud.com/rtsorlando/reformed-catholicity-a-vision-for-theological-education
Link: Wisdom from Above: A Reformed Catholic Vision of Theological Education
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Reformed Theology A Mighty Fortress Is Our God: A Litany for Reformation Sunday  Calvinism

A Mighty Fortress Is Our God: A Litany for Reformation Sunday

Reformed Theology A Mighty Fortress Is Our God: A Litany for Reformation Sunday  Calvinism
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God: A Litany for Reformation Sunday
https://www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/worship/worship-reformationsunday/worship-mightyfortresslitnany/
https://www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/worship/worship-reformationsunday/worship-mightyfortresslitnany/
Link: A Mighty Fortress Is Our God: A Litany for Reformation Sunday
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Reformed Theology You have been wrongly accused of a horrific crime . . . . .  Calvinism

You have been wrongly accused of a horrific crime . . . . .

Reformed Theology You have been wrongly accused of a horrific crime . . . . .  Calvinism
You have been wrongly accused of a horrific crime . . . . .

Due to a bizarre collision of unfortunate circumstances and insane coincidences, it appears that you have murdered a prominent US senator, his beautiful young wife, and both of their infant children. Now you did not do this, but you are indicted and brought to trial.

Predictably, the criminal proceedings are a national sensation (on par with the 1994 OJ Simpson trial). It’s on television constantly, and it’s the lead story in most newspapers for almost a year. The prosecuting attorney is a charming genius; sadly, your defense team lacks creativity and panache. To make matter worse, the jury is a collection of easily confused sheep. You are found guilty and sentenced to four consecutive life terms with virtually no hope for parole (and – since there were no procedural mistakes during the proceedings – an appeal is hopeless).

This being the case you are (obviously) disappointed.

However, as you leave the courtroom (and in the days immediately following the verdict), something becomes clear: the “court of public opinion” has overwhelmingly found you innocent. Over 95 percent of the country believes you are not guilty. Noted media personalitites have declared this scenario “the ultimate legal tragedy.” So you are going to spend the rest of your life amidst the general population of a maximum-security prison… but you are innocent, and everyone seems to know this.

Does this knowledge make you feel:

A. Better
B. Worse
C. No different

Due to a bizarre collision of unfortunate circumstances and insane coincidences, it appears that you have murdered a prominent US senator, his beautiful young wife, and both of their infant children. Now you did not do this, but you are indicted and brought to trial.Predictably, the criminal proceedings are a national sensation (on par with the 1994 OJ Simpson trial). It’s on television constantly, and it’s the lead story in most newspapers for almost a year. The prosecuting attorney is a charming genius; sadly, your defense team lacks creativity and panache. To make matter worse, the jury is a collection of easily confused sheep. You are found guilty and sentenced to four consecutive life terms with virtually no hope for parole (and – since there were no procedural mistakes during the proceedings – an appeal is hopeless).This being the case you are (obviously) disappointed.However, as you leave the courtroom (and in the days immediately following the verdict), something becomes clear: the “court of public opinion” has overwhelmingly found you innocent. Over 95 percent of the country believes you are not guilty. Noted media personalitites have declared this scenario “the ultimate legal tragedy.” So you are going to spend the rest of your life amidst the general population of a maximum-security prison… but you are innocent, and everyone seems to know this.Does this knowledge make you feel:A. BetterB. WorseC. No different
Link: You have been wrongly accused of a horrific crime . . . . .
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