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NOTE: The content below expresses the views of the individual named as the author and does not necessarily reflect the position of the WRF as a whole.
WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin Discusses "The Link Between Paris and Mizzou" | World Reformed Fellowship

WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin Discusses "The Link Between Paris and Mizzou" | World Reformed Fellowship

 Step back and look at the big picture.  The view is disturbing.

Last Friday morning in an interview on Good Morning America, President Obama crowed about the killing of Jihadi John in a U.S. air strike and announced, “ISIL is contained.” 

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WRF Member Dr. Mike Milton Offers a Prayer for Paris

WRF Member Dr. Mike Milton Offers a Prayer for Paris

 The Sainte-Chapelle is a royal medieval Gothic chapel, located near the Palais de la Cité, on the Île de la Cité in the heart of Paris, France, consecrated on 26 April 1248. 

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WRF Member Rich Mouw Comments on Getting "Help from our Reformed Past" in Discussing Relations with the Roman Catholic Church

WRF Member Rich Mouw Comments on Getting "Help from our Reformed Past" in Discussing Relations with the Roman Catholic Church

The issues, pro and con, on our relationship as Calvinist believers to present day Catholicism, have been laid out quite clearly in recent blogs. I will not add to the substantive arguments here.

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In Response to Blogs by Leonardo de Chirico and Thomas Schirrmacher, Sam Logan Suggests the Lessons of "The Parable of the Two Librarians"

In Response to Blogs by Leonardo de Chirico and Thomas Schirrmacher, Sam Logan Suggests the Lessons of "The Parable of the Two Librarians"

Among the most frequently-commented-on items to appear on the WRF website are those which address the topic which our members Thomas Schirrmacher, Thomas Johnson, and Leonardo de Chirico discuss immediately below.  I will not try here to summarize the points that these men make so well.  You will just have to read their posts for yourself.

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WRF Member Leonardo de Chirico Asks "How Should Christians Respond to Pope Francis?"

WRF Member Leonardo de Chirico Asks "How Should Christians Respond to Pope Francis?"

Pope Francis in one of the most liked leaders in today’s world. In 2014 Time Magazine voted him ‘Man of the year,’ and his popularity is on the increase, especially outside of the Catholic Church. In secular circles, including left-wing thinkers and LGBT movements, many seem to resonate with his apparent approachability and simplicity. With his insistence on mercy, love and tenderness, Francis likes to make his message simple, inclusive and non-judgmental.

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WRF Member Thomas Schirrmacher Suggests Reasons Why Evangelicals Should Engage With Pope Francis

WRF Member Thomas Schirrmacher Suggests Reasons Why Evangelicals Should Engage With Pope Francis

 Why We, As Evangelical Reformed Christians, Seek to Dialogue with Pope Francis

In Vatican Files 113, “What Do You Think About Pope Francis?”, posted on September 24, 2015 [and available both on this website HERE and at this location - http://vaticanfiles.org/2015/09/113-what-do-you-think-about-pope-francis/ ], Leonardo De Chirico and Greg Pritchard criticise those evangelical leaders who visit the Pope.

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WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin Discusses "The Ruins of the Wicked"

WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin Discusses "The Ruins of the Wicked"

The November 2015 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine, contains an article about Bulgaria that features a powerful photograph of the ruins of the Budludzha Monument.  The monument was once a tribute to the birth of Bulgaria’s socialist movement. 

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Two WRF Members Debate Whether the Pope Is the Antichrist

Two WRF Members Debate Whether the Pope Is the Antichrist

 Is the Pope the Antichrist? by WRF Member Leonardo De Chirico (ministering in Rome)

These days no one asks a question like this. It seems too arrogant, too outdated, grossly missing the mark of a honest religious conversation.

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WRF Member Robert Heerdt Asks, "Pope Francis Rode into Philadelphia in WHAT?"

WRF Member Robert Heerdt Asks, "Pope Francis Rode into Philadelphia in WHAT?"

 He rode into the city in WHAT? 

When our Lord made His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, he came riding on a donkey, fulfilling the prophecy of Zechariah.  It was then the prerogative and expectation that the king would enter the city on a mount. 

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WRF Board Member John Williams Comments on the Visit of Pope Francis to the U.S. and on Diane Langberg's Presentation to the American Association of Christian Counselors

WRF Board Member John Williams Comments on the Visit of Pope Francis to the U.S. and on Diane Langberg's Presentation to the American Association of Christian Counselors

 The Pope: I know what the Pope represents to Roman Catholics, and I appreciate what the current Pope brings to the office in terms of an apparent servant attitude, a willingness to talk about Jesus, and to lead local priests and congregations in that direction.

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WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin Asks "What's Behind the Oregon College Shooting?"

WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin Asks "What's Behind the Oregon College Shooting?"

Before the bodies had cooled or the blood congealed, President Obama stalked to the nation’s television cameras and with phony rage damned the guns that law abiding Americans own, and blamed them for the latest mass shooting. 

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Nicholas Black, Education and Resources Director at WRF Organizational Member Harvest USA, Discusses "Pornography and Injustice:  The Social Impact of Sexual Sin"

Nicholas Black, Education and Resources Director at WRF Organizational Member Harvest USA, Discusses "Pornography and Injustice: The Social Impact of Sexual Sin"

Michael kept insisting that his viewing pornography wasn’t hurting anybody. “I’m divorced, and what else am I going to do with my sex drive?  This isn’t hurting me; it’s actually helping me.” 

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