The Book of Concord

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The Book of Concord (The Lutheran Confessions) contains documents explaining what Christians believed and taught regarding the Holy Scriptures from the 2nd to the 16th Century A.D. It includes three creeds which originated in the ancient church, the Apostles' Creed (2nd Century), the Nicene Creed (325), and the Athanasian Creed (6th or 7th Century). It also contains the Reformation writings known as the Augsburg Confession (1530), the Apology of the Augsburg Confession (1531), the Smalcald Articles (1536), the Treatise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope (1537), Martin Luther's Small and Large Catechisms (1529), and the Formula of Concord (1577).

Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics

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The Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics (CRTA) is dedicated to providing biblically sound online resources for the edification of God's people. The Center is committed to the system of doctrine known as Calvinism, which CRTA believes is the most biblically faithful systematization of the Bible's teachings. The Owner of CRTA is a Reformed Christian committed to a strict subscriptionist view of the Westminster Standards, yet many of the articles on this site represent a wider view of the Faith.

The Gospel Coalition

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The Gospel Coalition (TGC) is a fellowship of evangelical churches deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures. TGC believes gospel–centered ministry is characterized by: empowered corporate worship, evangelistic effectiveness, counter–cultural community, the integration of faith and work, and he doing of justice and mercy. Such a balance will produce churches with winsome and theologically substantial preaching, dynamic evangelism and apologetics, and church growth and church planting.

National Association of Evangelicals

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The mission of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) is to honor God by connecting and representing evangelical Christians. Founded in 1942, the NAE has a rich history of facilitating Christian unity, public witness and cooperative ministry among evangelical denominations, congregations, educational institutions and service agencies in the United States.