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Reformed Theology

Reformed Theology

Connecting to one's roots seems to be an innate hunger in humans. The Christian denomination is not any different. The formative years of this giant religious path were in the sixteenth century. Just like all other pure things in life, religion has followed the natural way of evolution.

The original Roman Catholic teachings had the divinity that transformed humankind for all eternity. Socio-economic influences have given Christians different eyes of the initial message. Modern Christians can use ancient religious teachings to make sense of the contemporary world under the doctrines of this theology.

What are some doctrines of reformed theology?

The doctrine bases its teachings on history

This form of Christian living uses traditions to examine and pass on the most divine and prophetic passages of the Bible. The particular strategy balances the use of custom by stating that ancient ways of living may not have a place in the social setup of the current world.

It is essential to understand that reformed theology does not seek to create its doctrines, separate from the original teachings. We update and revise our faith in Christ using lessons such as the Belgic confessions, Canons of Dort, Heidelberg catechism, Catechism, and the Westminster Confession.

It aligns with ancient catholic orthotics

The creators of reformed theology were not welcome in the Roman Catholic. They carried their beliefs of the Trinitarian faith, Chalcedon, Constantinople, and Ephesus. Some of the teachings that resonate with the Roman church are that God is a trinity, and Christ was a human being to form the perfect example to other humans on earth.

The theology considers Jesus Christ, the only divine mediator

This updated theology explains Jesus’ role in mediating for the human race. He was the priest, prophet, and King of the people. Jesus’ presence on Earth opened God’s heart to humankind and helped humanity understand his undying love.

It encompasses the world’s perception of life

  • The fundamental nature of this theology includes the five parts of Calvinism:
  • Human suffering
  • God’s unconditional love for humanity
  • Christ’s death as a sacrifice for humanity
  • God’s mercy and forgiveness against the original transgressions
  • Perseverance towards attaining eternal life and glory in the kingdom of God

The theology uses logic to comprehend the Bible’s teachings

This doctrine explains that Jesus used parables to create a bond with the populace in question. Just like modern days where politicians have to embody an aspect of the audience to have a more significant message delivery. Jesus connected to his followers by referencing the practical aspects of their lives.

Similarly, this theology speaks to the current population, such as the Christian Protestant Community by using logic and clear communication. Despite this modern way of interpreting the scripture, the bottom line remains to be that God is the loving father and leader of the human race. Humanity cannot use its educated wisdom and modern enlightening to create a self-standing religious path.

Reformed belief centers its entirety on God and the Word. It commits to understand Jesus Christ and make accessible the understanding that God has everlasting love and grace for humanity.

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