“Encouraging and equipping women to think biblically and live covenantally”
The ReformedWomen Forum and ReformedWomen Blog are for Reformed women dedicated to the Bible, Reformed theology (i.e., the historic Christian faith: Calvinism), Christ, and have a “Christian world and life view.” We are Calvinists in practice in that we believe in the total sovereignty of God and apply that theology to all aspects of our lives.
What Is A Reformed Woman?
ReformedWomen: Women of Faith, Knowledge, Love & Grace. We are Christ-centered, Titus 2 and Proverbs 31 biblical Reformed women of God.
Doctrine & Theology – Women to Women
The Bible speaks to all believers and as women of faith, it speaks to us as to those questions of God, faith and how to live the Christian life. Some questions we ask? What do we believe the Bible teaches? What is true doctrine? Who is the true Christ? What does the Bible say about sin, redemption, Heaven and Hell? What does the Bible say about how a Christian is to live? What does the Bible teach about the role of women? What is a Proverbs 31 or Titus 2 woman? What is the “Reformed faith”? These are important questions for the believer and especially as we apply biblical doctrine to everyday life. This page will direct you to sound biblical doctrine and excellent links so that you can grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ. As women called as the Bride of Christ to glorify Him “in everything,” be “steadfast and unmovable” in your pursuit of knowledge, godliness and diligence for the glory of God, for the good of your own heart and mind, and for the good of your family.
Study, read God’s Word, peruse our articles, visit our TheologyGirl Study Blog and share with us. Live in joy “Coram Deo”, TheologyGirl-ReformedWomen
What is Salvation?
“The Study of God” “The most excellent study for expanding the soul, is the science of Christ, and Him crucified, and the knowledge of the Godhead in the glorious Trinity. Nothing will so enlarge the intellect, nothing so magnify the whole soul of man, as a devout, earnest, continued investigation of the great subject of the Deity.” (Charles Haddon Spurgeon, North Park Street Chapel, Southwark, “The Immutability of God” January 7, 1855)