Reformed Theology Sparknotes is Not a Valid Reference  Calvinism

Sparknotes is Not a Valid Reference

Reformed Theology Sparknotes is Not a Valid Reference  Calvinism
Sparknotes is Not a Valid Reference

If a person’s theology is wrong and you hope to instruct them, don’t use the confession (WCF, New Hampshire, etc) as proof that they are in error. Confessions are statements of faith, but they are not a reason to believe. Using the confession as a statement of faith, or as a useful tool created by godly people in order to help you systematically study what the Bible says about theology and Christian life is great. Using it as a crutch to tell you what is right without having to take the time to study the Bible is dangerous. Don’t try to prove your point using a summary of what the Bible says. Use the Bible. And if you can’t prove your point using the Bible, maybe your point shouldn’t be made at all.

If a person’s theology is wrong and you hope to instruct them, don’t use the confession (WCF, New Hampshire, etc) as proof that they are in error. Confessions are statements of faith, but they are not a reason to believe. Using the confession as a statement of faith, or as a useful tool created by godly people in order to help you systematically study what the Bible says about theology and Christian life is great. Using it as a crutch to tell you what is right without having to take the time to study the Bible is dangerous. Don’t try to prove your point using a summary of what the Bible says. Use the Bible. And if you can’t prove your point using the Bible, maybe your point shouldn’t be made at all.
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Reformed Theology How common is it for Reformed Christians to believe that images of Jesus are wrong?  Calvinism

How common is it for Reformed Christians to believe that images of Jesus are wrong?

Reformed Theology How common is it for Reformed Christians to believe that images of Jesus are wrong?  Calvinism
How common is it for Reformed Christians to believe that images of Jesus are wrong?

I'm referring to any kind of image at all, as in all pictures of baby Jesus in books must be blacked out, kids are told to look away from pictures of adult Jesus, etc. Just wondering if this is unusual.

I’m referring to any kind of image at all, as in all pictures of baby Jesus in books must be blacked out, kids are told to look away from pictures of adult Jesus, etc. Just wondering if this is unusual.
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