What we saw or read this week: The "Race and the Church" conference, the place of grace in the discipline of teaching, why the Reformation still matters.
Two major Evangelical institutions have called the death penalty into question. Marcos explores why they may be right.
Idolatry, relying on men, and remembering our need for Christ.
What does it look like to set your mind on the things above when your heart yearns for the affections of the world around? Grace shares an old email on Colossians 3:1-4, Radiohead, and more.
What we saw or read this week: Vern Poythress on a God-centered view of language, arguments for paedobaptism, and Nepal's Justin Bieber becomes Christian.
Reformed Margins is excited to introduce Oldson Duclos, a graduate of Cairn University and church planter in North Carolina. He joins us this morning as a guest contributor and describes his journey into the Reformed Tradition. I’m glad to finally...
Respecting elders is not a particularly American value. Find out what you can learn from the Korean church’s emphasis on respecting elders.
Bryant Parsons shares his conversion story and his journey toward Reformed theology.
Reformed Margins is very excited to introduce our newest full-time contributor, Bryant Parsons! Bryant has written previously for the Reformed African-American Network, has been quoted in Christianity Today, and is in his final year of graduate studies at Westminster Theological...
No matter who you are, you have enjoyed some kind of privilege in your life. Will you take it for granted or will you acknowledge it use and use it to serve others?