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Baptize = Immerse?

Baptize = Immerse?

One of the known risks of becoming reformed is that you sometimes have to re-examine some of your long held beliefs about what the Bible actually teaches. This is certainly the case when it comes to the mode of baptism. Most Americans equate baptism with immersion, so...
Glossary of Terms for Reformed Churches

Glossary of Terms for Reformed Churches

Due to their intense love for scripture, Reformed Christians also love to discuss theology. This Theological Glossary is offered to help non-reformed or newly-reformed Christians better understand and engage in such discussions. If there is a theological term you like...
Word Study: Disciple

Word Study: Disciple

The word “disciple” comes from the Greek word mathetes (pronounced math-ay-tays). This word was used in pre-christian literature to describe a ‘pupil’ or ‘apprentice’ who had committed himself to attaining understanding or expertise in a certain field of...
Christmas or Holiday?

Christmas or Holiday?

I have been asked more than once (and have also overheard many heated debates) about the modern “Christmas VS Holiday” controversy. Most Christians get immediately offended when the word “Holiday” is substituted for “Christmas”...