The Foundation for Reformed Theology

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Dr. and Mrs. John H. Leith established the Foundation for Reformed Theology to renew the theology, ethos, social vision, and hope of the Reformed and Presbyterian community. The recovery of this theology and its communities must occur first in worshiping, believing congregations. This, for all of its difficulties, is a more easily realizable goal than the reformation of society at large.


Local congregations must be taught the history, the ethos, and the theology of this particular tradition of the one, holy, apostolic, catholic church. One does not have to be Reformed or Presbyterian to be a Christian, but the one, holy, apostolic and catholic church, as well as our public life, would be greatly impoverished without this tradition. . . . [Read more.]


I am writing today to invite us all to give to the Foundation, to support our mission and work, and so to participate financially in this great endeavor for the renewal of the church. Already this year, friends of the Foundation have given $73,388 to the Foundation. For that, we are profoundly grateful.


If we could all together give an additional $75,000 in the next two weeks, by the end of the year, that would provide funding for seminars for ministers and elders, for translations and publications of Reformed theology, and for scholarships for Reformed theologians, all for the renewal of the church.


Please send your gifts to the Foundation for Reformed Theology at the address in my signature below. For more information about giving, see Donate.


Thank you for your consideration.


Dr. James C. Goodloe IVGrace and Peace,
Dr. James C. Goodloe IV, Executive Director
Foundation for Reformed Theology
4103 Monument Avenue
Richmond, Virginia 23230-3818
(804) 678-8352

"Better Preaching, Better Teaching, Better Pastoral Care"

How to Support the Foundation

The Foundation is exempt from Federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) and is not a private foundation as defined by Section 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code.