Reformed Theology [FFFAF] - Two Truths and a Lie, /r/Reformed edition  Calvinism

[FFFAF] – Two Truths and a Lie, /r/Reformed edition

Reformed Theology [FFFAF] - Two Truths and a Lie, /r/Reformed edition  Calvinism
[FFFAF] – Two Truths and a Lie, /r/Reformed edition

I imagine many of you have played this game before, if not it is quite simply: merely introduce yourself with three things about you, two of which are true, one of which is false. The rest of us will try to guess which is the falsehood.

Reddit Silver to the winners!

I imagine many of you have played this game before, if not it is quite simply: merely introduce yourself with three things about you, two of which are true, one of which is false. The rest of us will try to guess which is the falsehood.Reddit Silver to the winners!
Link: [FFFAF] – Two Truths and a Lie, /r/Reformed edition
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Reformed Theology Looking at Wittenberg in the Time of Martin Luther  Calvinism

Looking at Wittenberg in the Time of Martin Luther

Reformed Theology Looking at Wittenberg in the Time of Martin Luther  Calvinism
Looking at Wittenberg in the Time of Martin Luther
https://blogs.thegospelcoalition.org/evangelical-history/2016/10/31/why-did-luther-nail-95-theses-on-the-wittenberg-door/
https://blogs.thegospelcoalition.org/evangelical-history/2016/10/31/why-did-luther-nail-95-theses-on-the-wittenberg-door/
Link: Looking at Wittenberg in the Time of Martin Luther
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Reformed Theology Sneak peek: D.C.’s huge new Museum of the Bible includes lots of tech — but not a lot of Jesus  Calvinism

Sneak peek: D.C.’s huge new Museum of the Bible includes lots of tech — but not a lot of Jesus

Reformed Theology Sneak peek: D.C.’s huge new Museum of the Bible includes lots of tech — but not a lot of Jesus  Calvinism
Sneak peek: D.C.’s huge new Museum of the Bible includes lots of tech — but not a lot of Jesus
https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/social-issues/sneak-peek-dcs-huge-new-museum-of-the-bible-includes-lots-of-tech–but-not-a-lot-of-jesus/2017/10/16/1afe67c2-a94d-11e7-92d1-58c702d2d975_story.html?utm_term=.a847823e2d89
https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/social-issues/sneak-peek-dcs-huge-new-museum-of-the-bible-includes-lots-of-tech–but-not-a-lot-of-jesus/2017/10/16/1afe67c2-a94d-11e7-92d1-58c702d2d975_story.html?utm_term=.a847823e2d89
Link: Sneak peek: D.C.’s huge new Museum of the Bible includes lots of tech — but not a lot of Jesus
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Reformed Theology Every Saturday notice the youngest fans, draped in colors, letters, facepaint—not by personal choice but parental nurture.  Calvinism

Every Saturday notice the youngest fans, draped in colors, letters, facepaint—not by personal choice but parental nurture.

Reformed Theology Every Saturday notice the youngest fans, draped in colors, letters, facepaint—not by personal choice but parental nurture.  Calvinism
Every Saturday notice the youngest fans, draped in colors, letters, facepaint—not by personal choice but parental nurture.

This is paedobaptism.

Source: Pastor Duke Kwon

This is paedobaptism.Source: Pastor Duke Kwon
Link: Every Saturday notice the youngest fans, draped in colors, letters, facepaint—not by personal choice but parental nurture.
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Reformed Theology Top Five Recommended Books By Dr. James White  Calvinism

Top Five Recommended Books By Dr. James White

Reformed Theology Top Five Recommended Books By Dr. James White  Calvinism
Top Five Recommended Books By Dr. James White

I know several people on this sub are big fans of Dr. James White, but others may not know much about him (some of you may be learning about him for the first time today). So, I thought I'd give a list of five recommended books he has written. Dr. White has been incredibly influential both as a pastor and an academic and has written over twenty books many of which have received awards. I realize that as a Baptist he can't really be considered Reformed, I think there's still a lot to be learned from non-Reformed folks and he has interacted with Reformed writers like van Til, Schaeffer, etc. in the past.

Anyways, here's the list, in no particular order:

I know several people on this sub are big fans of Dr. James White, but others may not know much about him (some of you may be learning about him for the first time today). So, I thought I’d give a list of five recommended books he has written. Dr. White has been incredibly influential both as a pastor and an academic and has written over twenty books many of which have received awards. I realize that as a Baptist he can’t really be considered Reformed, I think there’s still a lot to be learned from non-Reformed folks and he has interacted with Reformed writers like van Til, Schaeffer, etc. in the past.Anyways, here’s the list, in no particular order:A Traveler’s Guide to the Kingdom: Journeying Through the Christian Life – Dr. White serves as your guide on a journey through time and space to visit important events in the history of the church. Stand beside Martin Luther at the door of the church at Wittenburg. Eat with Lewis, Tolkien, and the other Inklings at the Eagle and Child Pub. Sit in silence in St. Catherine’s Monastery on Mt. Sinai. One of Dr. White’s lesser known works, but not to be overlooked.What Is Truth?: A Comparative Study of the Positions of Cornelius Van Til, Francis Schaeffer, Carl F. H. Henry, Donald Bloesch, Millard Erickson – This book is a revision of Dr. White’s Ph.D. thesis, but nevertheless, manages to be quite accessible for the informed reader. Dr. White examines contemporary evangelical conceptions of truth in an age of relativism, particularly with application to Biblical inerrancy, and proposes a path forward.Serious Times: Making Your Life Matter in an Urgent Day – This book was a finalist for the Evangelical Christian Publishing Association Gold Medallion award. Near the end of their lives, John Adams wrote to Thomas Jefferson: “My friend, you and I have lived in serious times.” In this book, Dr. White looks at seven Christians (from Martin Luther to Dietrich Bonhoeffer) who lived in serious times and examines the way in which how we live out lives matters.Embracing the Mysterious God: Loving the God We Don’t Understand – One of the 2003 Christianity Today Books of the Year. Dr. White takes seriously and compassionately the struggles Christian face when God feels distant. He addresses head on the most difficult questions and points to how wrestling with God can lead to a renewed faith.Christ Among the Dragons: Finding Our Way Through Cultural Challenges – this short book is perhaps Dr. White at his most recognizable: confronting the cultural challenges facing evangelical Christians head on and giving a call to action.
Link: Top Five Recommended Books By Dr. James White
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Reformed Theology "It's been a long road, getting from there to here." After twelve terrible years, a new Star Trek is finally on TV again.  Calvinism

“It’s been a long road, getting from there to here.” After twelve terrible years, a new Star Trek is finally on TV again.

Reformed Theology "It's been a long road, getting from there to here." After twelve terrible years, a new Star Trek is finally on TV again.  Calvinism
“It’s been a long road, getting from there to here.” After twelve terrible years, a new Star Trek is finally on TV again.

So, what do you guys think of The Orville?

So, what do you guys think of The Orville?
Link: “It’s been a long road, getting from there to here.” After twelve terrible years, a new Star Trek is finally on TV again.
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