The Hispanic Challenge: Explaining What It Means to Be Reformed

Wednesday, 02 Jan 2008

A virtually impenetrable fortress was erected around Spain and its colonies, and to this day the Reformation and its return to biblical Christianity form no real part of the Hispanic culture or religious background.
If you've ever played the popular party game, Taboo, you know that the goal of the game is to get your teammates to guess secret words without using any of the closely related words listed on the game cards. For example, if the secret word is "car," you have to describe what a car is to your teammates without using words like "automobile," "drive," "road," or "tires." Now imagine trying to explain to someone what it means to be Reformed or what a Reformed church is ...

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