The Mod | Home to web-exclusive articles from Modern Reformation Magazine
We’re excited to announce ‘The Mod’, an aggregate page
for all of our web-exclusive articles, book reviews, and featured
essays—all for free. Every week, we’ll feature brand-new articles
discussing the social and theological topics of the day, as well as
reviews of the books we and our contributors are currently reading.
Modern Reformation Classic Articles
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"The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working."
"When we fix our eyes on Jesus, we see a variety of emotions that perfectly reflect his Father."
"Narrow reading makes the world itself narrow. Broad reading reminds us that the world is enormous."
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"God saves" is the theme of the Bible.
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