Wayne Johnson

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Reformed Biblical Hermeneutics

Reformed biblical hermeneutics is a method of interpreting the Bible that emphasizes the sovereignty of God, the authority of Scripture, and the importance of Christ-centeredness. It is based on the belief that the Bible is the inspired Word of God and that it is therefore without error. Reformed biblical hermeneutics also emphasizes the importance of

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What does the Bible say about Predestination?

Predestination is the doctrine that the sovereignty of God determines the eternal destiny of all things, including the salvation of souls. It is a sometimes controversial doctrine, and there are many different interpretations of it. It is most commonly associated with the writings of St.Paul, Augustine, John Calvin, and Martin Luther. Some people believe that predestination means that God

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Giving from your IRA

For those 70 1/2 or older, there are special tax savings you should know about. As administrations have changed, and tax laws evolved, one benefit for seniors has stood the test of time. It’s the right to make a gift to a church ministry such as the RCUS Endowment Fund directly from your IRA, and

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Growing the RCUS III

A Strategic Plan for The Reformed Church In 2019, the Synod created a Strategic Planning Special Committee to review our practices and to suggest ways in which the RCUS can use our limited resources to more faithfully advance the kingdom of God. Two years later, the committee presented its report. It said, in part; “Instead

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Urgent need for Spanish-language Reformed books

Workers on the field in Latin America report an urgent need for Reformed Spanish-language books. While “prosperity gospel” books are widely available, solidly Reformed books – particularly seminary textbooks – are in short supply. Many critically-important Reformed texts remain untranslated, prompting calls from Reformed Church translation team leader Rev. Valentín Alpuche for U.S. churches to

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