Tag: reformed theology

Why Are We Hesitating? Thoughts About God’s Love

Many Reformed Christians are hesitating when it comes to experiencing and speaking of God's love. Why and what are we missing out on?

/ May 19, 2017

Why and How You Should Listen to “Truth’s Table”

Controversy has erupted over a podcast that debuted in early March. Here is why and how I think you should listen to what these women have to say.

/ April 1, 2017

Too Wise to Err, Too Good to be Unkind

There is deep comfort to be found in the truth of God's kindness and wisdom. Pregnancy, miscarriage, new birth, and Spurgeon-- here's a recent chapter from the story of God's goodness in my life.

/ March 3, 2017

On Being a Third-Culture Reformed Theologian

Guest writer Nathaniel Gray Sutanto describes the unique insights and difficulties of a third-culture Reformed Theologian.

/ August 1, 2016

Questioning Calvinism aka “Big God Theology”

How "Big God Theology" often falls off the tracks and how we can prevent this.

/ April 13, 2016

To the Reformed World: Minorities Are Here to Stay

Minorities are moving the conversation in the Reformed world. That's a good thing.

/ April 1, 2016

Some Reflections on Mark Jones’ “Reformed Catholicity”

Many within the Reformed movement are adopting a more “catholic” spirit. In many ways, this has always been the case among minority Christians.

/ November 12, 2015

What Does It Mean to Be “Reformed”?

The best answer is that it depends!

/ September 28, 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

Why Blog? An Introduction of Sorts

Mark Jeong introduces himself and tries to convince you to read his awesome blog. Does he succeed?

/ September 11, 2015