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Celebrating Reformation 500

Today is the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, recalling the day Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses on the Wittenberg Church door. Of course, other reformers came before him and many came after him. But this day in 1517 … Continue reading

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Remembering Reformation Day 499 Years Later

Four hundred and 99 years ago, Martin Luther sparked the Protestant Reformation by nailing his 95 Theses to the doors of the church at Wittenberg. But what led to that was his wrestling with the biblical text, particularly Romans 1 … Continue reading

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A Beneficial Discussion of Sola Scriptura

As promised, I will attempt to discuss Sola Scriptura today. It will not be in any way exhaustive. Primarily I want to point you toward a very helpful sermon/podcast/Q&A between Phil Johnson and Pastor John MacArthur on the subject.

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When God Talks Back – Part 1: Introduction

I have quite a few irons in the fire these days (including homework for a journalism class I’ll be taking in late October) so rather than writing a typical review of T. M. Luhrmann’s book, When God Talks Back, I’ll … Continue reading

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