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Reformation 21 is an online magazine (ezine) created to serve, edify, and educate Christians by presenting an authoritative reformed perspective, while embracing various denominational positions, on a variety of relevant historic matters, current issues, and thoughtful positions that inform, inspire, and challenge Christians to think and grow biblically.
ref21 routinely publishes a variety of content which includes original articles on a variety of theological subjects, book reviews, and cultural commentary. The active blog is a veritable "blog roll" unto itself, and ranges from the sublime and humorous to contemplative and devotional posts. The ten active bloggers (and their acquaintances each have a different flavor, but all aim to challenge, edify, encourage, inform, rebuke, and entertain.
It is a ministry of The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals (www.alliancenet.org), an organization established in order to call the church to a reformation that recovers clarity and conviction about the great evangelical truths of the gospel and to encourage their proclamation in our contemporary context.
If you would like to contact us, you can send an email to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor-in-Chief: Derek Thomas
Executive Editor: Gabriel Fluhrer
Shelf Life Editor: Mark McDowell
- Four Views on The Role of Works at the Final Judgment
- The Experience of God
- Jacob Arminius, Theologian of Grace
- The Twilight of the American Enlightenment
- Reconsidering Calvin
- Housewife Theologian and Extravagant Grace
- Godly Republicanism
- Antinomianism: Reformed Theology's Unwelcome Guest?
- The Case for the Psalms: Why They are Essential
- God's Presence
Preaching through John's gospel, I have paused to meditate upon the person and work of John the Baptist. Here was one who came as a "witness, to bear witness about the Light" (Jn 1:6). Consistently (1:7, 14, 20) we are told that the Baptist was not the Light but a witness to the Light.
One of the amusing things I have noticed in the last twelve months or so has been a shift in the rhetoric used by members of the older generation (40 plus) surrounding what twenty- and thirty-somethings will believe. Five years...