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The Covenanted Reformation Club is a place to discuss the True Religion as revealed in God's Word, set forth in the Westminster Standards, sworn to in the Solemn League and Covenant, and adhered to by the best Reformers, Puritans, and Covenanters, and by those following them as they followed Christ. You need not be a Covenanter to participate. However, this will not be a forum for declaring heretical views or for attacking the Covenanted Reformation or the principles thereof.










Come, and let us join ourselves to the LORD in a perpetual covenant that shall not be forgotton
(Jeremiah 50:5). SIZE







"The church on the footing of the covenant of grace enters, as often the church did in Israel, and as did the churches of Macedonia in the apostolic age, into solemn public covenant with Christ, to whom she swears allegiance as her King, Lord and Husband. This is public, ecclesiastical covenanting. On account of this entering into covenant with God, in the National Covenant of Scotland, and in the Solemn League and Covenant, and for adhering to them down to our own times, Reformed Presbyterians have been called Covenanters." (James R. Willson, 1838).




"What do we covenant?...Is it not the preservation of religion, where it is reformed, and the reformation of religion, where it needs? Is it not... a reformation universal, in doctrine, discipline, and worship, in whatsoever the word shall discover unto us? ... and all this to be done according to God’s word, the best rule, and according to the best reformed churches, and best interpreters of this rule." (Philip Nye, 1643).




Let King Jesus reign, and all His enemies be scattered.

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  • Theology
  • May 21, 2001
  • English

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