The good news proclaimed at the Reformation in 1517 is still good news in 2017 and beyond. Which is why the Reformation will never really be over, or a thing of the past. From Michael Reeves on why the Reformation still matters: Almost certainly, what confuses people into thinking that the Reformation is a bit …

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Fleming Rutledge skewers the central conceit behind the supposed superiority of being ‘spiritual’ rather than ‘religious’: they’re both manifestations of the same condition. Humans need neither. What they need is justification through Christ. From Rutledge: Spirituality, too, like religion, is essentially a human activity or trait that stands in stark contrast to faith. To put …

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Westminster Confession Of Faith – Lord’s Day 19 Chapter 11 – Of Justification (Cont.) (Paragraphs 4-6) IV. God did, from all eternity, decree to justify the elect; and Christ did, in the fullness of time, die for their sins and rise again for their justification; nevertheless they are not justified until the Holy Spirit does, …

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