A Reformed Theology Worldview Blog

Knowing God
In the opening sentence of Jesus’s Farewell Discourse (or High Priestly Prayer) in John 17, He prayed for several things for His disciples. First, He prayed for himself to be glorified and in return, for Him to glorify God. But the next thing He prayed for was …
A Summary of Reformed Theology and Its Doctrines?
Reformed Theology is less than a series of doctrines on a page, but more of a worldview in which we read Scripture and perceive the God of its pages. However, when asked, “What is reformed theology?” a wide array of answers can be given. Some would say …
How to Identify If A Temptation is REALLY Dangerous?
Indwelling Sin and Temptation Temptations Of The Dangerous Kind A Christian should feel compelled to fight in the good fight against our sin nature. As we pursue holiness, we should be constantly trying to say goodbye to our former self and fight with intensity when temptations come. …
The Perfect Christmas Ever
With Christmas movies playing in the background, presents under the tree, and the smell of Christmas in the air, even blessed families have a sense of something missing. There are others, however, where Christmas is anything but cheerful. Not they don’t like the meaning of Christmas, but …
The Hard Road of The Christian Walk
This morning, my heart has felt the pressing weight of my walk with the Lord. My Christian walk feels less like the footsteps on the sand that has so infamously been painted for us and more like a hard, rocky and unlevel terrain with its bumps and …
Why a Reformed View?
”When you go through a trial, the sovereignty of God is the pillow in which to lay your head.” – Charles Spurgeon Although reformed theology is making a comeback within Christian circles, it is still one of the most controversial and highly debatable forms of theology. If …
Transformation Comes From Knowing
“There is no knowing that does not begin with knowing God.” – John Calvin The flame of transformation and sanctification from within is fanned by the knowledge of God. It isn’t our willpower that grows us; it’s understanding. And not just any kind of understanding. It’s seeing …