Tag: reformation

Article
Dec 11, 2017
Ramesh RichardRamesh Richard
Salvation Grammar: Reformation’s Nouns & Prepositions Over its first 1,300 years, “Christianity” increasingly separated from the Bible and developed a salvation grammar of its own. The Faith dislodged itself from the parameters of...
Ministry
Nov 13, 2017
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Ask Dr. Swindoll: Are Relationships Important for Reformation and Change? Several times a year, Dr. Swindoll preaches in chapel at DTS and engages in a question-and-answer time with prospective students. Here are some of the questions he answered...
Spiritual Life
Nov 6, 2017
Glenn R. KreiderGlenn 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...
Spiritual Life
Oct 30, 2017
John D. HannahJohn 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...
Spiritual Life
Oct 23, 2017
John AdairJohn Adair
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....
Theology
Oct 19, 2017
John D. HannahJohn D. Hannah
The Atoning Sufficiency of Christ Dr. John Hannah, Research Professor of Theological Studies and Distinguished Professor of Historical Theology at DTS, affirms that Jesus Christ is alone the provision of human...
Spiritual Life
Oct 18, 2017
Ronald B. AllenRonald B. Allen
Sola Gratia Dr. Ronald Allen, Senior Professor of Bible Exposition at DTS, discusses how Luther's rediscovery of "grace alone" is one of the great works in history.
Chapel
Oct 17, 2017
Michael J. SvigelMichael J. Svigel
Sola Fide: By Faith Alone Dr. Michael Svigel, Department Chair and Professor of Theological Studies at DTS, begins Reformation Week by discussing Sola Fide and its origin, not with Luther and the Reformers,...
Stories
Oct 16, 2017
Steve SmithSteve Smith
Dispatches from the Land of Luther: Alumni Profiles of Jürgen Schulz, Scott Way, and Steve Henderson If Martin Luther visited Germany today he could buy a pair of Hier stehe ich Converse sneakers, attend a Luther-themed musical oratorio touring the country, or drink a high-malt...
Ministry
Oct 9, 2017
J. Lanier BurnsJ. Lanier BurnsRaquel P. WrotenRaquel P. Wroten
Q&A with Dr. J. Lanier Burns: The Priesthood of all Believers and Its Impact on the Church Sometime between 1517 and 1521, Martin Luther found himself at the center of a growing conflict that led to his excommunication and definitive break with the Church of Rome. During...
Bible
Oct 2, 2017
Mark L. BaileyMark 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...
Spiritual Life
Sep 25, 2017
Michael J. SvigelMichael 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...
Theology
Sep 8, 2017
Erwin W. LutzerErwin W. Lutzer
Rescuing the Gospel Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Pastor Emeritus of The Moody Church, recounts the story of the Protestant Reformation and the relevance of this historical period on modern churches.
Chapel
Oct 31, 2014
Larry J. WatersLarry J. Waters
The Five Sola's of the Reformation Dr. Larry Waters, Associate Professor of Bible Exposition, presents the five Solas of the Reformation in conjunction with the artwork of Dawn Waters Baker.
Chapel
Oct 31, 2006
John D. HannahJohn D. Hannah
The Gospel Clarified: A Joyful Celebration—Something to Remember and Something to Perpetuate Reformation Day Chapel: Dr. John Hannah, Research Professor of Theological Studies and Distinguished Professor of Historical Theology, argues for the the Church's return to...