The Reformed tradition holds to many of the classic doctrines of historic Christendom, such as the trinity and the incarnation. It also holds to many of the doctrines of the Reformation, such as justification by faith and the belief that Scripture is the final authority for salvation and the life of faith. This category will be devoted to those doctrines which are prominent in the Reformed tradition, such as the sovereignty of God, the covenant life of the Church, election, providence and predestination.
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