Seeking to make known the Gospel of Jesus Christ
in a city and country that needs Him

Introduction

Welcome to Norwich Reformed Church, where we seek to make known the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a city and country that needs Him.

This is our website where you will find information and resources which we hope will prove a spiritual blessing to you. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.

John 3:16

What’s new?

“Bates on Baxter” by Alan C. Clifford
Born in Bermondsey, Surrey, William Bates (1625-99) was a graduate of Queen’s College, Cambridge and later DD of that university. Vicar first at Tottenham, then of St Dunstan’s-in-the-West, he was one of the leading Presbyterians in London during the Commonwealth period. If ever a minister may be called ‘graciously aristocratic’, it was William Bates. Much loved and respected, he maintained a faithful and spiritual pastoral ministry.
“Brussels Horror” by Alan C. Clifford
In the wake of the Brussels horror, we grieve with mourners of the dead and the surviving injured, not to forget the shocked authorities and the heroic emergency personnel. May God have mercy upon the King and people of Belgium - and the rest of Europe. Sadly, the triple-atrocity was predictable. The build-up of Belgian jihadist belligerence has been going on for some time.
“Gatiss Amiss: Honouring Owen at Oxford” by Alan C. Clifford
The quatercentenary of the eminent puritan divine Dr John Owen (1616-83) has occasioned the newly-formed John Owen Society at Oxford. Held at the university church of St Mary’s on 25 January 2016, the guest speaker at the society’s inaugural meeting was the Revd Dr Lee Gatiss, Director of the Anglican Church Society.
Backing Baxter – publication in preparation
In preparation THE GOSPEL TRUTH Honouring Richard Baxter and the Baxterian Brotherhood Selected Writings of Alan C. Clifford Edited by Jean-Moïse de Charenton
Crossway on the Cross – An Authentic Calvinist Critique
REVIEW ARTICLE. From Heaven He Came and Sought Her "This heavy-weight 1 kg tome of 703 pages must rank as the most impressive defence of the doctrine of ‘definite atonement’ to date. Twenty-three in-depth scholarly contributions provide a comprehensive demonstration of the classical doctrine of ‘limited atonement’, now commonly known in the literature as ‘definite atonement’."
Jonathan Edwards – Amyraldian?
A Paper given at the Sixth Amyraldian Association Conference on 26 March 2008 at Attleborough, Norfolk by Dr Alan C. Clifford
Christ and Politics
"Pursuing power: The Divine dimension. Authentic Christian comment relevant to the 2015 election. “Honour God's Son!” The Challenge and Comfort of Psalm 2 "
PACKER IN THE BANNER: Owen or Baxter?
"Dr J. I. Packer's promotion article for John Owen's Grace and Duty of being Spiritually Minded in the current Banner of Truth magazine (May 2015) is very revealing..."
For Whom Christ Died: Baxter’s Biblical Balance
"The ‘Limited Atonement’ disciples of Theodore Beza and John Owen teach that Christ died for the elect ALONE. The ‘Universal Atonement’ disciples of Jakob Arminius and John Wesley teach that Christ died for ALL. Richard Baxter - urging an avoidance of extremist exegesis - maintained that the Bible demands a balanced view..."
Baxter’s Biblical Gospel
"It is further proved by the sufferings of his Son, that God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked. Would he have ransomed them from death at so dear a rate?..."