If you know anything about the Reformation of the Church in the 16th Century you will have heard of "Justification by faith alone." The Reformers (Martin Luther, John Calvin and others) taught that we are justified before God by faith alone without works.
Justification depicts God as the Judge and sinners as defendants or the accused.
What do Reformed Christians believe about doctrine, salvation, the Bible and the covenant, and much more?
This pamphlet compares the church of the Reformation which modern evangelical churches: in doctrine, in worship, in government, etc.
Churches today are very far gone from the pattern of the Reformation in doctrine, sacraments and public worship. This pamphlet calls us back to the Reformational model, which itself is the Biblical pattern.
Many think revival is the answer to the church's woes in an apostate age. This pamphlet promote a different solution.
A stunning critique of much of modern evangelism, where men are begged to accept Christ, with a powerful explanation of how Jesus should be preached as the true Saviour.
An explanation why Reformed churches preach the Heidelberg Catechism, defended from Scripture and history.
Promise Keepers brings men together to make commitments to God. This pamphlet points out the problems with this movement.