Month: September 2015

Reformed and Egalitarian?

Many in the Reformed world want to keep egalitarians from having a seat at the table. Marcos Pushes back.

/ September 30, 2015

Christian Unity in Communion

Sometimes, the church can seem so divided. Communion, however, is one thing that can unite Christians together.

/ September 29, 2015

What Does It Mean to Be “Reformed”?

The best answer is that it depends!

/ September 28, 2015

Reading the Margins – 9.25.2015

What we saw or read this week: Andy Mineo's new album, a pre-crime program, challenges of urban ministry, and segregation maps.

/ September 25, 2015

Lessons from the Ethnic Church, Part I

What can we learn from the ethnic church as Reformed Christians? What might they teach us about love, unity, and family?

/ September 24, 2015

A Personal Apology for the Local Church

The local church gets a lot of bad press these days. Here are some reasons we should stand by her.

/ September 22, 2015
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Psalm 103 and a Prayer Request

Reformed Margins isn’t about abstract, propositional truth. It’s about biblical truth, on the ground, in community. Please pray for Bryan, Emily, and their families!

/ September 21, 2015

Something Missing from the Christian Blogosphere

Everyone seems to have a blog these days, but there’s something missing. Something that should be more prevalent, especially among Christian bloggers.

/ September 17, 2015

Bernie Sanders, Liberty, and A S(k)in Issue

Can racism be reduced to a “sin issue”? Or is there something more specific in play?

/ September 16, 2015

American, Reformed, and Not White

What is normative for American and Reformed identities? Let it be a passion for the blessing of the nations!

/ September 15, 2015