Reformed Forum is an organization committed to providing Reformed Christian theological resources to pastors, scholars, and anyone who desires to grow in their understanding of Scripture and the theology that faithfully summarizes its teachings.
Reformed Forum began in January 2008 as a means of providing free access to informed theological conversation. We do this by offering a variety of new media. Our cornerstone resource is our audio program, Christ the Center, which features weekly discussions on a host of biblical and theological subjects.
We are committing to the principles of the Reformation and a redemptive-historical approach to Scripture. We believe these faithfully represent the teachings of the Bible, which is our only standard for faith and practice.
While we offer theological resources, theology must be more than an intellectual exercise. God’s Word and its good and necessary consequences have everything to do with our day to day lives. Proper theology is intensely practical. And given the theological climate of our age, we believe Reformed theology is perhaps even more significant today than it was in the 16th century when the Reformation began. To that end, we seek to assist the church in presenting everyone mature in Christ (Col. 1:28).
Reformed Forum is incorporated as a non-profit organization in Pennsylvania and recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization (EIN: 27–2306841) and can therefore accept tax-deductible donations.
An Independent Organization
In the past, Reformed Forum recorded much of its content on the campus of Westminster Theological Seminary in Glenside, PA. However, Reformed Forum has always been an independent organization with its own board of directors, by-laws, mission, and purpose statement. Reformed Forum has no official relationship with Westminster Theological Seminary.
As an organization, we subscribe to the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms as adopted by the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. However, guests on our programs may or may not subscribe to the standards.