ANCIENT-REFORMED
WORSHIP
Continuing the work the Reformers began in the sixteenth century
by promoting the reformation of worship according to Scripture
and the customs of the ancient church.

Vos Group #31 — The Third and Fourth Words

We continue our #VosGroup series by opening pages 137–143 of Vos’ book Biblical Theology: Old and New Testaments to consider the third and fourth commandments. The third commandment prohibits taking the Lord’s name in vain. Often, this is interpreted to mean we must not swear by the Lord’s name or blaspheme it....
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Scaling the Heights of Hebrews 1:3

There are certain passages in Scripture that effortlessly rocket our thoughts and affections into the heavenlies where Christ is.  Paul’s letters are brimming with such passages: Colossians 1:15–20, Ephesians 1:3–14, 1 Corinthians 15:42–49, Philippians 3:20–21, and so on. Think also of the glorious visions of John in Revelation,...
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By His Spirit and Word: How Christ Builds His Church

Cornelis P. Venema joins us to speak about his book By His Spirit and Word: How Christ Builds His Church (Reformed Fellowship, Inc.). Venema engages in an extended exposition on the doctrine of the church and its ministry as described in the historic confessions and catechisms of the Reformation churches....
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[Review] None Like Him by Jen Wilkin

“Image-bearing means becoming fully human, not becoming divine.” In the opening chapters of her book None Like Him, Jen Wilkin gives us two lists: Only God Is God Is (and We Can Be) Infinite Holy Incomprehensible Loving Self-Existent Just Self-Sufficient Good Eternal Merciful Immutable Gracious Omnipresent Longsuffering Omniscient Wise Omnipotent Jealous (for his glory) Faithful Righteous Truthful What follows is the thesis for the rest of her book: “Though we know that the list on the right is for our good and for God’s glory,...
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