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Grace Alone

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We are quickly approaching the 500-year anniversary of the event that people often date the Reformation back to — Martin Luther’s nailing of his 95 thesis to the doors of Wittenberg. As we approach this anniversary, there are certain to be many books and articles written on the importance

Christ Alone

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We are quickly approaching the 500-year anniversary of the event that people often date the Reformation back to — Martin Luther’s nailing of his 95 thesis to the doors of Wittenberg. As we approach this anniversary, there are certain to be many books and articles written on the importance

Reformation Women

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With this year celebrating the 500-year anniversary of the Reformation, there are many, many resources that are coming out about the Reformation. One of these new books takes a bit of a different approach to celebrating this monumental moment in church history by looking at 12 unknown women who were

A New Documentary on Martin Luther

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With 2017 being the 500-year anniversary of Martin Luther’s posting of his 95 theses on the doors of Wittenberg, this is a rich year for us as Protestants. Books, conferences, documentaries, and resources abound for helping us refocus our minds on the importance of the Protestant Reformation and how

What Is Reformed Theology?

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I’ve found that I have one universal thing in common with many of my Reformed brothers and sisters — we can almost all point to a specific time and book that “enlightened” us to the Bible’s teaching on the meticulous sovereignty of God in all things, specifically our salvation (otherwise

Martin Luther — Christian Biographies for Young Readers

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Martin Luther is a household name for many Christian families, especially those of the Protestant or Reformed tradition. However, some know little more about Luther than that he was in some way responsible for the Reformation, that he nailed some things to some door, or that he stood up

The Daring Mission of William Tyndale

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As I hold my English Bible right now, it doesn’t seem that dangerous to me to do so. In fact, as I look around my office, I have multiple copies of Scripture, in various translations, in the English language. My guess is that the same is true for you.

Bitesize Biographies: Ulrich Zwingli

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Martin Luther — That’s a name that I’m sure you are familiar with, and I’m sure you know something of the central role he played in the Reformation. And John Calvin. Well I’m sure you know a bit about him as well. But what about Ulrich Zwingli? What do