How to Read the Bible: Interpretation in the Reformed Tradition

We need to know what something is and what it is for before we will know what to do with it. I recently received a pair of calipers in the mail. A family member was going through some of grandpa’s old tools and sent pictures around to the family seeing if anyone wanted anything. I... Continue Reading →

What Does Geneva Have to Do with Heidelberg?: Calvin’s First Catechism and the Heidelberg Catechism

A version of this essay was originally delivered as part of The Arts and Humanities Colloquium at Hope College (Holland, MI). As the Protestant Reformation of the 16th Century began and gained momentum, many of the reformers sensed a need within the new movement: Education. While the theologians understood the new doctrines, the masses did... Continue Reading →

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