Series: What It Means to Be Reformed Presbyterian
One of the distinguishing doctrines of the Reformed Presbyterian Church is the doctrine of the mediatorial kingship of Jesus Christ. In its most basic form, this doctrine teaches that Jesus Christ, as mediator and God-man, is King of the nations. Isaiah 55:4-5 speaks of this great doctrine in prophetic form as the Lord through His prophet proclaims that He will set forth the son of David as the leader and commander of the peoples. As King of nations, Christ’s rule extends to the ends of the earth and calls upon the nations to explicitly acknowledge Him as King and lawgiver.