A call for prayers and support for theTurkish church after devastating earthquakes
Advancing Reformed Partnerships
The WRF vision is to live out one of the clearly stated but often neglected themes of the great Reformed confessions of the church. The Westminster Confession of Faith (XXV, 2) affirms that there is "a visible universal church which consists of all those throughout the world that profess the true religion." The Belgic Confession (Article 27) emphasizes that "the one single catholic or universal church . . . is not confined, bound, or limited to a certain place or certain persons. But it is spread and dispersed throughout the entire world.
While specific regional or national expressions of the universal church do, in many ways, embody characteristics of the Body of Christ, there are other characteristics of that Body which transcend those expressions. It is those other characteristics that the WRF seeks to set forth in its commitments and in its activities.
The Theological Commission of the World Reformed Fellowship has worked on three projects to date. At the General Assembly in Edinburgh (2010), the WRF Statement of Faith was presented and approved. That Statement of Faith stands in continuity with the Reformed confessions of the 16th and 17th centuries but speaks to the issues and problems of the 21st century. At the General Assembly in Jakarta (2019), the WRF Statement of Reformed Theological Identity was approved. That statement offers an answer to the question ‘What does it mean to be Reformed?’ At the General Assembly of the WRF in Florida in 2022, the Theological Commission submitted its third project: the WRF Statement on Ecclesiology (the doctrine of the church). The document was unanimously approved by the General Assembly. Read the full item...
This article by Dr. Thomas K. Johnson (United States and Czech Republic) is an introductory chapter in the upcoming WRF/WEA book on The Decalogue and is posted here in its entirety. Dr. Thomas invites "you, as disciples and students who belong to Jesus, to join in the process of lifelong learning from our covenant God. Blessed are those who meditate on God’s law!". Read the Document...
This is a list of resources compiled by the Theological Education Commission (TEC) of the World Reformed Fellowship (WRF). This is a 28 January 2021 update of the August 2020 edition.
This listing is of resources primarily in English. We are also happy to receive information about other language resources.
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