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This Week at Christ Reformed Church (September 1-7)

Sunday Morning (September 7):  We are continuing our series on 1 Peter, and working our way through verses 13-25 of chapter one  We will be considering the "word" which was preached.  Our Lord's Day worship service begins at 10:30 a.m.

Sunday AfternoonWe are continuing with our study of the Canons of Dort.  We are currently in the 3/4 head of Doctrine, and will be discussing regeneration as an act of God.  The catechism service begins @ 1:15 p.m.

Wednesday Night Bible Study:  Resumes September 10 with the closing chapter of Revelation, before we take up a study of the Book of Romans.

Friday Night Academy: The Academy will resume in September of 2014.  Our first class will be a four-week reading/discussion format centering on Dr. Robert Godfrey's book, John Calvin:  Pilgrim and Pastor (Crossway, 2009) and Mike Horton's book, Calvin on the Christian Life, (Crossway, 2014).  If you plan on attending, you may want to start reading now.

For more information and directions, check out the Christ Reformed website:  Christ Reformed Church

Reader Comments (2)

this question has nothing to do with the post but I am curious and value your opinion,,,,,,I have always found reading C.S. Lewis beneficial and enjoyable. Recently I was told that he had become a Roman Catholic and an apostate before his death and that since he had always had a low view of Scripture and of Christ, one should be careful when reading his writings. That one should be careful when reading the opinions and thoughts of mere mortals is something with which I can wholly agree, but do you know of any evidence for the other assertions?
September 1, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterreformedmom
My church is looking for a systematic theology book to read in a weeknight study. I wanted to use Horton's Pigrim theology, but it may be to large for our needs. Can you recommend anything smaller, that is still current, in that it addresses some contemporary issues (NPP, FV, 2K, etc)?
Thank you
September 3, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterB.johnson

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