A series of lectures by R.C. Sproul defining the distinctives of Reformed theology.
The Westminster Shorter Catechism traditional English version is available in pdf format on the website of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC).
The Westminster Larger Catechism in modern English is available in pdf format on the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) website.
The Westminster Confession of Faith in Modern English is available in pdf format on the website of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC). Click to access WCF-ModernEnglish.pdf
by Daniel L. Sonnenberg Reformed Creeds, Catechisms and Supplementary Resources (eBooks), free downloads: ecumenical, Reformed, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Baptist and more. https://www.monergism.com/blog/reformed-creeds-and-supplementary-resources-ebooks?fbclid=IwAR11phRx5k20ByJhesILfhWIEXbrlVpPUgO_2ek6al1easiN0SccXZ1hQLM
Q. 1. What is the primary and highest purpose of human beings?
A. The primary and highest purpose of human beings is to glorify God1 and to enjoy him completely forever.2
“Justification is the ‘chief thing’ which holds up all religion. Calvin explains this importance by wrapping up all the doctrine thus far. Man is utterly helpless to save himself and needs a Mediator. He has no excuse when standing before God and being judged. He is a sinner. He is under the Law that weighs down upon him. He has nothing to say in his own defense. God with Divine Grace must now confront divine Law before him. Thus, God must justify the sinner. He cannot be justified by any of his works and needs God to justify him on behalf of Jesus Christ. ‘Justification by Christ’ is the answer.”