Controversies In the past years, there have been ruptures in church life that at a
By Rev. C. Bouwman Confused… I struggled to get my head around how brothers
By Rev. C. Bouwman From January 16 to 18, the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary
By Clarence Bouwman. Originally written: 20 November 2009 We incline to answer this question as
By Karlo Janssen Steak, not Spam Ever wondered why Reformed churches are so big on
Listening for the Voice of God: How Does God Speak To His People Today? By
By Jim Witteveen When you speak with people who aren’t Christians, you’ll be confronted with
President Obama – Four More Years Tomorrow Barack Obama will be sworn in for his
Use of the Heidelberg Catechism The Heidelberg Catechism was first published in a German territory
What is a catechism? If the word catechism sounds unfamiliar to you, don’t be too
By Clarence Bouwman Repentance It’s embarrassing but true: all around us we see people seriously
By Karlo Janssen The Christian Playing Field – Setting the Boundaries Reformed Christians hold to
If we do not seriously believe that unbelievers are under the wrath of God and that we ourselves have been saved from eternal judgment by the death of Christ, we will not be greatly motivated to proclaim the gospel of salvation to others.
New Views regarding Legalism and Exclusivism in Judaism: is there a need to reinterpret Paul? By Gerhard
Evangelism According to the Scriptures Part 2: Evangelism in historical perspective A.J. de Visser In
Evangelism according to the Scriptures Part 1 by Dr. A.J. De Visser Evangelism is a
Should infants be baptized? Let’s consider what place children had in the Old Testament and what that says about children in the New.
Is infant baptism simply a (Canadian) Reformed peculiarity that ought to be jettisoned in the name of Biblical faithfulness and unity with fellow Christians? What are the grounds for infant baptism?!
The Christian faith is represented by many schools of thought. Each of these schools teach an understanding of who God is, and how He is to be served.
In an excerpt from a lecture introducing the Gospel of John, Rev Chris Gordon explains the process by which people are saved from sin.
“The definition of missional is that we as God’s people turn form inward preoccupation, inward absorption and inward attention to outward service to the world… If your doctrine does not lead you to serve the world do you really believe it?”