"Toward the Future of Reformed Theology" edited by David Willis & Michael Welker

Tuesday, 12 Jun 2007

As a seminary professor, I am sometimes asked, "What does it mean to be Reformed?" This is an eminently sensible question in light of the many stereotypes that abound about the Reformed tradition. One way to begin to answer it is to say that, for the Reformed, the boundaries of one's theological convictions are to be no more nor any less than the boundaries of the Bible. To be Reformed is to be defined by the Scriptures. This is the so-called "formal principle" of the Reformation, "sola Scriptura!" ...

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