When "Catholic" is not "Catholic"

Article by   November 2017
If you've encountered the phrase, "to be deep in history is to cease to be a Protestant" (coined by John Henry Cardinal Newman and oft-repeated today), and if you've felt some frustration that you couldn't voice precisely why that's not true, Roman but Not Catholic by Jerry Walls and Ken Collins is a book for you. continue

Lion in our Midst: A Eulogy for R. C. Sproul

Our prayers today are with the family of R.C. Sproul, who has been called home to glory. Read his eulogy below, written by Rick Phillips...We grieve today at the news of R. C. Sproul's departure from this life, while so...
Posted December 14, 2017 @ 4:02 PM by Robert Brady

Sola Scriptura and the Onus Operandi

Last month, I participated in a Protestant & Roman Catholic dialogue about the Reformation at a nearby Christian university. The experience has left me reflecting on the fundamental issues that continue to divide Protestants and Roman Catholics, one of...
Posted December 14, 2017 @ 5:47 AM by Aaron Denlinger

Reformation 500, Social Justice and the Gospel

This year has been a veritable Reformation-fest-- a marvelous celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation (1517-2017). Protestants from all over the world have been recounting the amazing events, courageous figures, and key doctrines of the sixteenth- century...
Posted December 12, 2017 @ 6:40 AM by Jon D. Payne

A Better Jerusalem

On October 27, 1994, President Bill Clinton, while addressing the Knesset (i.e. the legislative assembly in Israel) cited one of his former pastors when he said, "If you abandon Israel, God will never forgive you...it is God's will that...
Posted December 8, 2017 @ 2:11 PM by Nick Batzig

Creation, Incarnation and the Immutability of God

The late professor John Murray captured the essence of the incarnation when he said, "The Son of God became in time what He eternally was not. He did not cease to be what He eternally was, but He began to...
Posted December 6, 2017 @ 9:29 PM by Nick Batzig

Theological Roots and Moral Fruits of Reformation

The following comes from an article posted by Dr. Dan Doriani. Dan's new column at Place for Truth draws from his experience as both a professor and a pastor. This column is titled "Faith at Work," because, as Dan puts it, "we are saved...
Posted December 5, 2017 @ 10:59 AM by Robert Brady

The B.A.R. Podcast

We recently asked Dawain Atkinson if he would be willing to answer a few questions for our Reformation21 audience about his podcast, the B.A.R. podcast, and about the usefulness of podcasting in general. Here is our brief interview with...
Posted December 4, 2017 @ 10:18 AM by Nick Batzig

Luther and German Nationalism

Recently, the Bible-believing world has celebrated the 500 year of Martin Luther's life and the Reformation. We remembered great qualities and the positive legacy of such a remarkable man of the sixteenth- century. Now that this celebration is over,...
Posted November 29, 2017 @ 8:08 AM by William Castro
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