By Simon Jooste and Johannes Potgieter By 1930 the tide appears to have begun to change within the RCSA relative to song in corporate worship. That this shift coincided with a similar change in the convictions of Totius (as described above) should not go unnoticed. Between 1930 and 1942, the
Scott Korljan, the pastor of Scottsdale Church Plant in Arizona, interviewed Simon Jooste, the pastor of Reformed Church Southern Suburbs, on his podcast “No Lasting City” in November 2021. Among other things, Simon spoke about how he came to return to South Africa after studying and working the United States
There are those who see a tension between being Reformed and being an outward-looking church. I want to put out a number of theses about being missional and Reformed. I’ll divide them into negative and positive theses. I offer the thesis and then a little explanation/commentary (asking you to realise that
There is an alternative to the Gnosticism and Marcionism of Modern American Christianity. It is the Reformed confession. It seeks to be biblical, ecumenical (or catholic – that is, adhering the ancient ecumenical or catholic creeds – for example, the Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed, the Definition of Chalcedon and
Pastor Chris Coleman of Peace United Reformed Church of Vancouver, WA interviews Dr R. Scott Clark on why Reformed churches worship twice on Sundays. Watch the interview on YouTube. Questions: 1. 3:22 Make the case, from the Word of God, that Christians should worship twice on the Lord’s Day. 2.
All the Protestant Reformers, including Martin Luther, Huldrych Zwingli and John Calvin, held to infant baptism. Though these three great Protestants disagreed on many things, they all agreed on the Protestant doctrine of justification by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone. They also agreed that infant baptism is