About Modern Reformation

We are more than a talk show and a magazine. We believe that each generation must rediscover and apply the gospel to their own time. We long to see a second reformation – a modern Reformation take hold of our churches and return them to the God-honoring, Christ-centered, Spirit-wrought places of worship they should be. Over the past twenty years, we’ve grown more hopeful that such a reformation is possible. So, we’re putting our time and resources to work toward one, helping Christians “know what they believe and why they believe it.”

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Recent Issues

The Summer Reading Issue

"Narrow reading makes the world itself narrow. Broad reading reminds us that the world is enormous."

The Holy Spirit

"We can rediscover the Holy Spirit as he strides across the pages of the Bible."

The Crucifixion

"God saves" is the theme of the Bible.

Eastern Orthodoxy

Is it possible Orthodoxy has turned from the sufficiency of Christ to the shadows of the law?

Pilgrim’s Problems

God will sustain us...all the way home.

Reformation 500

...the Radicals are the victors.

True Faith

...it is possible to know the truth: about God, about this world, even about yourself.

Creed or Chaos?

A creed or confession is more than a statement of faith...

Reader Reviews

This is the magazine I read cover to cover. – R.C. Sproul, President, Ligonier Ministries

In a world of bland, generic Christian journalism, Modern Reformation is written with style, wit, and a finely-honed edge. – Gene Edward Veith , Cultural Editor World Magazine

I believe God has raised up Modern Reformation as a voice to call us back to the Scriptures as our only infallible guide to truth. – Jerry Bridges, staff, The Navigators

[Modern Reformation] has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age. – J. Ligon Duncan, III, senior minister, First Presbyterian Church

For 15 years, Modern Reformation has served as an invaluable resource for those who are hungry and thirsty for more—much more—than modern evangelicalism can offer. – Joni Eareckson Tada, Joni and Friends International Disability Center


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