• (adj): Caused to abandon an evil manner of living and follow a good one.
    Example: "A reformed drunkard"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on reformed:

Reformers Bookshop
... sell Banner of Truth literature, Reformers expanded its range over the years and in 2007 became a Reformed Baptist/Presbyterian joint venture in partnership with the Theological Education Committee of, and (from July ... evangelical, reformed and conservative i.e ... largest specialised seller of evangelical, reformed literature in Australasia, with a brochure mailing list stated to be over 20,000 copies ...
American Reformed Mission
... American Reformed Mission was an American Protestant Christian missionary society of the Dutch Reformed Church (now the Reformed Church in America), that was involved in sending workers to countries such ...
Scouting In The United States - Scouting Today - Scout-like Organizations
... Cadet Corps was officially founded in 1952 in Reformed Christian churches ... until it was dissolved in 2001 and reformed as the YMCA Adventure Guides, no longer using American Indian themes ... The Indian Guides program was reformed outside the YMCA as the Native Sons and Daughters in 2002 ...
Ligon Duncan - Institutional and Organizational Involvement - Other Organizations
... speaks at the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology, an Alliance-related forum that offers quarterly conferences on Reformed doctrine and history ... Coalition, a “group of (mostly) pastors and churches in the Reformed heritage who delight in the truth and power of the gospel, and who want the ...
Robert Livingston Rudolph - Biography
... Until the age of ten, he and his family went to the Fourth German Reformed Mission (RCA) pastored by Dr ... to learn English, the family joined the First Reformed Episcopal Church pastored by Rev ... Sabine, who later became a bishop in the Reformed Episcopal Church ...

More definitions of "Reformed":

  • (adj): Of or relating to the body of Protestant Christianity arising during the Reformation; used of some Protestant churches especially Calvinist as distinct from Lutheran.
    Example: "Dutch Reformed theology"

Famous quotes containing the word reformed:

    To what a bad choice is many a worthy woman betrayed, by that false and inconsiderate notion, That a reformed rake makes the best husband!
    Samuel Richardson (1689–1761)