Reformed Distinctives Special Course

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Reformed Distinctives Special Course
Instructor: Rev. Lawrence Delos Trinos
SATURDAYS, 6-9pm (November 19 – December 17, 2022)

Reformed Distinctives Special Course

  • Subject Description:

    This special subject is designed to provide a basic but substantial overview of the aspects that have shaped the ‘Reformed tradition’ ; namely its history, doctrine (teaching) and governance – enabling learners to gain a better understanding and deeper appreciation of the Reformed ‘faith and practice.’ It includes an applied discussion on the ministry of the Elders and Deacons to help equip those poised to serve as office bearers and to further enhance the knowledge of those already in the service.


    • Participants may have a sufficient grasp of the ‘Reformed tradition’ toward appreciating and appropriating its value and usefulness to their ministry and growth and to their churches.
    • Participants may be encouraged and challenged to explore and discover the uniqueness of the ‘Reformed tradition’ by applying to it the distinct Reformed attribute -‘ecclesia reformata, semper reformanda (the church reformed, always reforming).
    • Participants may learn together through group discussions the essentials and dynamics of the ministry of Elders and Deacons.
    • That participants may be inspired individually and corporately to promote a dynamic but distinct CRCP Reformed legacy to the future generations of churches.
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Course Content

Session 1: Introduction and The Reformed Movement
Session I A. Introduction: Subject Overview B. The Reformed Movement 1. The Reformation History a. Martin Luther

  • Subject Overview and The Reformed Movement
  • The Reformation History: Martin Luther (Part 1)
  • The Reformation History: Martin Luther (Part 3) Indulgence Controversy
  • The Reformation History: Martin Luther (Part 4) Spiritual/Scriptural Breakthrough
  • The Reformation History: Martin Luther (Part 4) Consequence

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