Reformed Churches Adopting Romish Worship

A Daughter of the Reformation:

UnchurchI’ve been noticing a trend within the Reformed Presbyterian world. Many churches seem to be drawn to practices that have more in common with Rome than with Geneva. I’m not really sure what exactly the attraction is, but here are some of the things I’ve noticed, in no particular order:

  • Eucharistic liturgy
  • Intinction
  • Monastic Retreats
  • Contemplative prayer
  • Vestments
  • Observance of Ash Wednesday/Lent

It seems worthwhile, given the current fascination, to consider these practices and to ask whether they are in keeping with Scripture and our Reformed Presbyterian heritage.

Read more: https://adaughterofthereformation.wordpress.com/2014/03/06/if-it-looks-like-rome/

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5 thoughts on “Reformed Churches Adopting Romish Worship”

      1. Meg, there are so few people blogging who’ve had the blessing of sound teaching on these things that it is a joy to find your email notifications coming in. Lord bless you and your family! Hope you’re getting ready for Reformation Day posts!
        Maria
        p.s. my husband reads and enjoys your blog too.

      2. Thanks, Maria. I don’t know if I’ll be able to do much for Reformation Day as life is very busy at the moment, but I shall see what I can do!

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