Nov 6, 2017
Glenn R. Kreider
Anabaptists: "Forgotten Voices of the Reformation"
Upset over the sale of indulgences, among other things, Luther posted a set of ninety-five theses for public discussion on October 31, 1517. In Zurich, Switzerland, within a few...
Oct 30, 2017
John D. Hannah
6 Lessons from the Legacy of Martin Luther
Would Martin Luther—given his personality and prejudices—be acceptable on any modern university faculty?
Reformation scholar Heiko Oberman raised this interesting question...
Oct 23, 2017
Why the Five Solas Matter Today
Long before the beginning of the Reformation, certain practices in the life of the church, for ordinary people, had ceased to be meaningful expressions of the Christian faith....
Oct 2, 2017
Mark L. Bailey
Courage to Take a Stand
The responsibility that Christians have to stake out a claim for the cause of Christ in today’s culture is critical. We are witnessing a moment in history when...
Sep 25, 2017
Michael J. Svigel
3 Redeeming Myths of the Reformation
Emperor Nero didn’t really play the fiddle while Rome went up in flames. Paul Revere didn’t ride through the night shouting “The British are coming! The British are...