Reformed Journal's purpose is to express the Reformed faith theologically; to engage issues that Reformed Christians meet in personal, ecclesiastical, and societal life; and thus to contribute to the mission of the church of Jesus Christ.
Black Christians have always found a way to flourish (whether pietistic or liberationist) in a white world.
Aaron R. CrouseJune 3, 2021
I pull myself onto his lap, curl up as glass melts into flesh, lead pulses with blood, and the cold flat surface warms and swells.
Sharon Nelson ArendshorstJune 1, 2021
I’ve only been hunting once. It was, on the whole, a memorable experience for all of the right reasons: a handful of days in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with a few cherished family members, chief among them my grandfather, who was nearing the end of his hunting days; eating lots of junk food; sharing stories in the evenings; ripping through forest paths on my uncle’s four-wheel ATVs (“quads”); being “forced” to wear bunny ears at the restaurant for opening day’s dinner…
Travis WestMay 31, 2021