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Monday, 01 Jan 2018

I grew up attending an evangelical Bible church of the fundamentalist variety. While it was evident that the members of my childhood congregation genuinely loved God and were devoted disciples of the truth as they understood it, I wondered why the faith of my youth felt insulated, even emphatically isolated at times, from the rest of Christianity at large. Exposure to the Reformed tradition through classical Christian schooling played an important role in challenging my theological paradigm so that by the time I graduated high school, I found temporary shelter under the more historic umbrella of Reformed Christianity. Nevertheless, ...

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