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Friday, April 12, 2019

The Reformation’s Legacy in the Birthplace of Calvinism

The Reformation’s Legacy in the Birthplace of Calvinism

Casey Chalk
 

I got to Geneva too late. I should have come ten years earlier, back when I was what is called in the Calvinist world “TR”—“Totally Reformed”—meaning a die-hard, uncompromising Calvinist. I was once a student at a prominent Reformed seminary, reading the brightest lights in the Calvinist world, including, of course, the great Genevan theologian […]

The Bedrock of Friendship

Deacon James H. Toner
 

I am part of a small circle of acquaintances of yesteryear—all 1968 alumni of the same college—who share stories, anecdotes, quotations, book recommendations, and video clips. Recently, we were treated to this declaration, attributed (without citation) to Thomas Jefferson: “I never considered a difference of opinion in politics, in religion, in philosophy, as cause for withdrawing from […]

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