What is the reformed faith? Is it a party label, or merely a convenient way of describing a particular group of Christians? Is it a good thing to be "Reformed", or does it mean accepting a "back to the past" mentality? In this booklet John Richard de Witt explains the great hallmarks of the Reformed faith--the centrality of the Bible; the sovereignty of God; the wonder of grace; the quality of the Christian life; the place of the law nad the gospel; the biblical view of the world; the importance of true preaching. In doing so he demonstrates that the Reformed faith is biblical Christianity in it's truest and most consistent form. Far from being an anachronism, the Reformed faith alone gives adequate expression to the gospel for today's world.
The Reformed faith is biblical Christianity in its truest and most consistent form.