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Reformation Day Sale: Save 15.17% on Everything!

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, we’re running a store-wide sale. Our special 1517 Wittenberg stickers are 50% off, while you will save 15.17% on everything else. This includes our merchandise, new books, and used books—even…
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[Review] BibleWorks 10

We are embarrassed by a wealth of riches in this age in which we live. Books are not only available in print but in electronic form as well. We can build whole libraries of the best in Reformed and broader…
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Karl Barth’s (basically) Infralapsarian Theology: A Review Article

“There can be no Christian truth which does not, from the very first, contain within itself as its basis the fact that from and to all eternity God is the electing God. There can be no tenet of Christian doctrine…
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History of Knox Liturgy

History of Knox Liturgy[1] By Bard Thompson[2] Edited by Glen Clary Upon the death of Edward VI in 1553, Mary Tudor brought back the Roman religion to England; and a number of influential Protestants found it expedient to flee the…
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Programmers, Designers, Architects: Join Our Community at Reformed.tech

Reformed Forum has been blessed with many opportunities to serve Christ’s church. Since 2008, we have been producing and distributing Reformed theological content freely (both free and libre!) online. Over the years, we have developed tools and processes for making…
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Introducing Reformed Faith & Practice, a New Journal from RTS

In conjunction with their 50th anniversary celebration, Reformed Theological Seminary have released a new journal, titled Reformed Faith & Practice. Our friend, Mike Kruger, posted about the new release this morning. John Muether is the general editor of the new publication, and the inaugural…
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John Owen: Sarcastic Socinian

In his book John Owen: Reformed Catholic, Renaissance Man, Carl Trueman includes a portion of John Owen’s satirical Socinian catechism, which Owen wrote in response to John Biddle and appended to his Vindiciae Evangelicae. Qu. 1: What is God? Ans. God is…
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Is There Such a Thing as “Common Ground” Between the Believer and the Unbeliever?

“No and yes. It all depends on what you mean.” Such is the conversation I sometimes have with seminary students new to the writings of Cornelius Van Til. In this series I will attempt to offer a more complete answer…
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The Primacy of the Trinity in Theology and Apologetics: Herman Bavinck on Trinitarian Dogma

The Primacy of the Trinity in Theology In the closing section of Herman Bavinck’s chapter on the Trinity, the Dutch theologian makes some very important and keen observations on the importance of the doctrine of the Trinity. After Bavinck the…
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The Most Downloaded Episodes of 2015

2015 was a big year for Reformed Forum, but not through conventional means. Even a cursory review of the titles in our archive shows the breadth and depth of our subject matter. In a culture of the lowest common denominator media…
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