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July 08, 2005

Reformed Theology 101

To answer a comment on a previous post, I was wondering whether anyone has recommendations for articles online that provide a quick and painless summary of Reformed Theology?


Laura recommends Reformed: A Definition, What Does It Mean We Are Reformed?, and What Is The Reformed Faith?

Dawn recommends Reformed.org with some reservations, but especially likes the Books and Calvinism/Soteriolgy sections.

Derek likes Monergism.com as much as I do.

Any other recommendations?


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Challies posted something a while back:

Here's a statement for a PCA church:

And here's a solid intro by Michael Horton:

Posted by: Laura at July 8, 2005 01:28 PM

Thanks for your comment on my post. I was excited to see my first comment. I am so new to journaling and blogging that I hope I don't do any faux paus or anything. I just hope to have fun with it.

Posted by: Cheyenne at July 8, 2005 04:22 PM

Have you tried http://www.monergism.com?

Posted by: Derek at July 8, 2005 05:39 PM

Thanks so much -- I have some reading to do!

Posted by: Carrie K. at July 8, 2005 06:17 PM

You could also try www.reformed.org, there is a wealth of information on reformed theology.

Posted by: Dan at July 14, 2005 05:27 PM

R.C. Sproul's series on What is Reformed Theology is currently available in his radio archives, so you can listen for free. Start with the 6/22 program and work your way to the top. Only the most recent shows are available, so these will disappear soon.


Posted by: Missy at July 14, 2005 06:18 PM

Ok, here's a little bit of shameless self promotion, but you may want to check out my website, Grace Online Library for a lot of really good reading on Puritan and Reformed theology. :)

Have fun.


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