THE Reformed faith includes reference to total inability, unconditional election, the limited efficiency of Christ’s satisfaction, irresistible grace and the perseverance of the saints not as the sum total of the church’s confession, but as elements that can be understood only in the context of a larger body of teaching
Eugene Osterhaven called this “the most difficult and disputed” article in the confession. The desire to revise this article has existed in the Reformed churches in both the Netherlands and in the USA since the late 19th century, and revision has come in fits and starts. Further, there is no
What is the purpose of English language ministries in the Reformed Churches in South Africa (RCSA/ GKSA)? Add-ons to existing Afrikaans confessional Reformed churches? Missional church plants? A combination of both? Out with the old in with the new? Plenary speakers: Revs. Arthur Miskin (RC Tshwane) :: Simon Jooste (RC
To learn more, listen to this sermon on Belgic Confession article 27. If you are curious to learn more about the Reformed confessions and why RCSS is a confessional church, you click can here and here.
You may be asking this same question after attending a bible study or a worship service with us, or for some other reason… To help answer this very important question, below is a very helpful answer from Rev. Danny Hyde of the United Reformed Church in North America. The Short