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WRF Member Diane Langberg on "When the Church Becomes Complicit in Sin"

WRF Member Diane Langberg on "When the Church Becomes Complicit in Sin"

When The Church Becomes Complicit In Sin: Lessons On Preventing and Combating Sexual Abuse

God wants those institutions that bear His name to be holy in the secret places. Only then are they truly His.  

Just a month ago Elie Wiesel, survivor of Auschwitz and a voice for justice, died. His words remain: “Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.”

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A Letter Showing Martin Luther's Compassionate Pastoral Heart

A Letter Showing Martin Luther's Compassionate Pastoral Heart

After 500 years pastors can learn a lot from an interesting pastoral letter that Luther wrote in 1531 to Barbara Lisskirchen, a lady from Freiberg who expressed her deep spiritual depression with her struggles to accept the doctrine of election. – Translation from Dutch by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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WRF Member and Civil Rights Attorney Leah Farish Discusses "Racial Rage and Law Enforcement in the USA"

WRF Member and Civil Rights Attorney Leah Farish Discusses "Racial Rage and Law Enforcement in the USA"

As a civil rights attorney, member of the International Network Promoting the Rule of Law, and professor of police and criminal law, I have some thoughts on race relations and the violence against police. First, some facts.

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WRF Member Dr. Richard Mouw on "Reformed Assessments of Arminianism: Praise from Unexpected Quarters"

WRF Member Dr. Richard Mouw on "Reformed Assessments of Arminianism: Praise from Unexpected Quarters"

In a recent article in the CHRISTIAN CENTURY, Sarah Hinlicky Wilson and Thomas Albert Howard discussed the appropriate ways for Protestants to celebrate the forthcoming quincentennial of Luther’s issuing of the 95 Theses. They proposed that this commemoration should include some Protestant repentance for sins we have committed in our break with Rome.

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Thomas Johnson on "Learning to Love the Persecuted Church"

Thomas Johnson on "Learning to Love the Persecuted Church"

Dr. Thomas Johnson is an individual member of the World Reformed Fellowship and he was recently appointed Religious Freedom Ambassador to the Vatican, representing the World Evangelical Alliance and its 600 million members.His paper on "Learning to Love the Persecuted Church" is posted as a pdf right below.

The WRF highly commends this material to its members.

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WRF Member Clair Davis Affirms Than "It's Simple - God is Really God!"

WRF Member Clair Davis Affirms Than "It's Simple - God is Really God!"

"But how insensible and unmoved are most men, about the great things of another world! How dull are their affections! How heavy and hard their hearts in these matters! Here their love is cold, their desires languid, their zeal low, and their gratitude small.

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WRF Member Dr. Peter Jensen, General Secretary of GAFCON, Takes Us "Back to the Basics," Part VI, "Will You Stand With Us?"

WRF Member Dr. Peter Jensen, General Secretary of GAFCON, Takes Us "Back to the Basics," Part VI, "Will You Stand With Us?"

I invite you to support GAFCON. If you are already a supporter, please ask others to join also. Here are my reasons.

The need for the prophetic voice

No one wants to see an end to the Anglican Communion. That is why the Primates went to Canterbury.

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WRF Member Dr. Peter Jensen, General Secretary of GAFCON, Takes Us "Back to the Basics," Part V, "The Power of the Gospel"

WRF Member Dr. Peter Jensen, General Secretary of GAFCON, Takes Us "Back to the Basics," Part V, "The Power of the Gospel"

Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners. That is what the Bible tells us.

We are commanded to enter the kingdom of God by entrusting ourselves to Christ as our Lord and Saviour. That is, we enter and continue through repentance and faith.

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WRF Member Rev, David Robertson, Moderator of the Free Church of Scotland, Discusses "The Two Faces of the Church of Scotland"

WRF Member Rev, David Robertson, Moderator of the Free Church of Scotland, Discusses "The Two Faces of the Church of Scotland"

No sooner do I begin my new series of the state of the Church in Scotland than the Scottish Social Attitudes survey is published, resulting in headlines along the lines of ‘Atheists now the majority in Scotland’.  

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WRF Member Dr. Peter Jensen, General Secretary of GAFCON, Takes Us "Back to the Basics," Part IV, "Repentance"

WRF Member Dr. Peter Jensen, General Secretary of GAFCON, Takes Us "Back to the Basics," Part IV, "Repentance"

As we think through the significance of the meeting of Primates in Canterbury, we come to the key subject of repentance.

The issues before us have doctrinal and political aspects. But, finally, they are spiritual and that is why repentance matters.

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WRF Member Rev. David Robertson Explains Why Scotland (and Most of the Rest of the West!) Needs an Easter Revolution

WRF Member Rev. David Robertson Explains Why Scotland (and Most of the Rest of the West!) Needs an Easter Revolution

It’s Easter.  Time for Easter bunnies, crowded roads and of course Easter chocolate eggs.  But as regards the latter, not for long. Sainsbury’s, Nestle and Cadbury’s have apparently removed Easter from our seasonal chocolate. Why?  

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WRF Member Dr. Thomas Johnson Writes from Prague About "Religious Terrorism, Brussels, and the Search for Meaning"

WRF Member Dr. Thomas Johnson Writes from Prague About "Religious Terrorism, Brussels, and the Search for Meaning"

After the recent terrorist attacks in Brussels, news reporters are again raising the agonizing question of why so many young people who have grown up in Europe are being radicalized and joining ISIS or other extremist religious organizations. The statistics are truly disturbing.

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