As I am new church planter in Minneapolis, Daniel Hyde's Welcome to a Reformed Church is the first book I reach for on my shelf. Many of our visitors are new to Reformed theology, and Welcome to a Reformed Church is a tool we will use for discipleship in Bible studies and new members classes. Like many of our visitors, I did not grow up in a Reformed church; and while reading Hyde's book, I felt as if he were describing my own pilgrimage. Many of my friends and family are very skeptical of this strange thing called "a Reformed Church," and my hope is that they will read this book and perhaps for the first time begin to understand the history of Reformed Protestantism.
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Issue: "Embassy of Grace" May/June 2011 Vol. 20 No. 3 Page number(s): 57-59
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