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Semper Reformanda is derived from a larger Latin phrase, i.e. Ecclesia Semper Reformanda Est, which translates to “the church must always be reformed“. Although, there aren’t any major theological difference that I wish to make – I have rather chosen the shorter phrase to draw a closer allusion to the personal reformation one ought to have. Hence, the phrase, Semper Reformanda: Always reformed, reforming.

Note: This blog is written with the Christian reader in mind.

– Matheus Yuhlung