Is tradition an independent, infallible authority in the Church with Holy Scripture? Read to find out more.
Special guest article by Samuel Watterson….
A faithful Reformed church is different to Roman Catholicism, different to liberal Protestantism, different to the various Baptist and Evangelical groups, and different to the cults such as the Jehovah’s Witnesses or Mormons. There are many teachings and practices that make a Reformed church different. The 16th century Reformation had five famous slogans, called the “five solas”, that captured that distinctiveness: sola scriptura, solus Christus, sola fide, sola gratia, and soli Deo gloria. A brief explanation of these will demonstrate their enduring relevance today.
One of the tracts that we use: it explains who Jesus is: the eternal Son of God, the incarnate Son of God, and the crucified and risen Lord.
Close communion is the practice of permitting only some to come to Lord’s Supper. Close communion can be contrasted with two other views or practices: it is really the intermediate position between them..
A new tract our pastor wrote on the question of Evolution.