Evangelicalism currently has an incoherent relationship with Roman Catholicism. Many evangelicals are uncertain about what Roman Catholics actually believe. Do they believe in the same Gospel, or something entirely different?
This question is important for leaders of evangelical churches and organizations and for hundreds of millions of evangelical believers around the world.
We are convinced, in line with the historic Protestant view, that Roman Catholicism is a severely flawed system in need of a radical biblical reformation in its basic theology and practice. Currently there is no global evangelical effort to study these topics, promote new research and share insights. This is where the Reformanda Initiative comes in. Read more…
Read what leaders are saying about the Reformanda Initiative
Al Barth, International Director for Europe and Africa, Redeemer Church Planting Center
Pietro Bolognesi, Professor of Systematic Theology at IFED, Padova, Italy
Lindsay Brown, International Director of the Lausanne Movement
C. Hassell Bullock, Franklin S. Dryness Emeritus Professor of Biblical Studies, Wheaton College; past president of the Evangelical Theological Society
Andrew Fellows, Chairman, L’Abri Fellowship International
Wayne Grudem, Research Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies, Phoenix Seminary; past president of the Evangelical Theological Society
Stefan Gustavsson, General Secretary, Swedish Evangelical Alliance
Jaume Llenas, General Secretary, Spanish Evangelical Alliance; Chairman of the Lausanne Movement in Spain
Eugene H. Merrill, Distinguished Professor of Old Testament Interpretation, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; past president of the Evangelical Theological Society
Augustus Nicodemus Gomes Lopes, Vice-President of Presbyterian Church of Brazil
Pablo Martinez, Former President, Spanish Evangelical Alliance
Michael Reeves, Director, Union and Senior Lecturer, Wales Evangelical School of Theology
Luder Whitlock, President Emeritus, Reformed Theological Seminary; Chairman of the Fellowship of Evangelical Seminary Presidents
Learn from Christian Leaders at the Rome Scholars & Leaders Network
The Rome Scholars & Leaders Network (RSLN) is a week-long seminar for evangelical leaders and scholars to come together with leading evangelical experts on Roman Catholicism to improve understanding of Roman Catholic theology and practice and equip evangelicals to better engage Roman Catholics. The RSLN is held each June in Rome and is led by Leonardo De Chirico, a theologian and pastor whose church is based there.
Read more about the RSLN