This is My Outlook

Recently, the left front tire on my car was punctured. For the first time in nearly thirty years, I had to change a flat tire. After I put on the small replacement, which was low on air, I drove a mile to the tire store. The mechanics were... next...

Alexander Comrie

In the framework of our reflections on the “Nadere Reformatie” and its representatives, our attention will focus on one born in Scotland, although he was greatly regarded by the Dutch as “one of their own.” His name is... next...

From the Editor

The theological landscape certainly has changed since Reformed Fellowship began fifty-eight years ago. The most dramatic change is perhaps the way people gather information. Instead of subscribing to The Outlook, many read it on our website: www.reformedfellowship.net... next...

Christ the Builder

“Then spake the Lord to Paul in the night by a vision, ‘Be not afraid, but speak, and hold not thy peace: for I am with thee, and no man shall set on thee to hurt thee: for I have much people in this city.’” (Acts 8:9,... next...

The Table of Showbread

From the very beginning, the desire of the human race has been to have fellowship with God. Before the Fall in the Garden of Eden, Adam had around him all kinds of objects in which he could take delight with God. All creation had been formed... next...

Looking Above A Series on The Revelation of Christ Revelation 11:7-14 “The Death and Life of the Church”

We come, at last, to the end of the great interlude. The great interlude began in 10:1 and now finally concludes in 11:14. The great interlude is set in the midst of the mighty trumpet blasts. We read of the first six trumpet blasts in 8:1-9:21;... next...

Examining the Nine Points: Point Two

Synod affirms that the Scriptures and confessions teach the doctrine of justification by grace alone, through faith alone and that nothing that is taught under the rubric of covenant theology in our churches may contradict this fundamental doctrine.... next...
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