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The Holy Bible

King James Version

John Calvin’s Commentaries

John Calvin

The Geneva Bible Notes

Various Authors

The Westminster Confession of Faith

The Westminster Divines

The Westminster Shorter Catechism

The Westminster Divines

The Westminster Larger Catechism

The Westminster Divines

Keach's Catechism

Benjamin Keach

1689 London Baptist Confession

Various Authors

Abstract of Principles of 1858

Basil Manly Jr

Belgic Confession

Various Authors

Matthew Henry’s Complete Commentary

Matthew Henry

Relight is a work-in-progress. It dreams* of one day becoming a fully-featured app for studying the Bible and theology from a reformed perspective.

*For any literalists out there, this is an anthropopathism. Apps don’t have dreams.

Shed Some Light On Your Studies

Okay, that’s a lame dad joke. But it is how the app works. If you see a lightbulb icon, you can tap on it to learn more about whatever you’re studying—whether that’s a Bible verse, a catechism question, a confession article—or eventually, things like systematic theologies and church histories.

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Behind the Scenes

We’re small. Just David and Sarah: a husband and wife team trying to will something neat into existence with code and pixels. We love reformed theology, love how helpful it’s been to us, and want to make it more accessible to everyone.

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Did you know that millennials are 84% more likely to check their Instagram inbox than their email inbox? We made that up. But if you want to watch behind the scenes stories, keep up with new releases, see beautifully typeset quotes, and even slide a DM into our inbox, you can do that and so much more on Instagram.


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