So what does the word reformed mean and how is it related to this topic?
You probably came across the phrase “Reformed Christian”, and you were left in some form of conjecture.
FYI, the word reformed is derived from the word Reformed Theology. Reformed Theology refers to a system of belief that traces its roots back to the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century. It emphasizes the authority of the Scriptures, the sovereignty of God, salvation by grace, and the necessity of evangelism. It is key to note that Reformed Theology became more synonymous with the famous teachings of one theologian, John Calvin. It is no wonder Reformed Theology also came to be known as Calvinism.
So the word “reformed” can as well refer to reformation wrought by the reformers…