Guest blogger Leonardo De Chirico begins a three-part survey of the Papacy in the Reformation tradition, focusing first on Martin Luther.Read more
Patrick Ramsey takes up one of the key criticisms by Roman Catholics against the Protestant doctrine of justification was that it nullified the necessity of and the incentive to do good works. Turning to the work of John Davenant we see that good works are indeed conditionally necessary for...Read more
Patrick Ramsey takes up the key debate between Protestants and Roman Catholics over the formal cause of justification, outlining the work of John Davenant.Read more
Dr. Henry Jansma concludes a two part survey of John Jewel's "Challenge" sermon to the Roman Catholic Church, calling upon his hearers to reject Rome but receive the Reformation...Read more
Dr. Henry Jansma begins a two part survey of John Jewel's "Challenge" sermon to the Roman Catholic Church, calling upon his hearers to reject Rome but receive the Reformation...Read more
Bob McKelvey discusses medieval and reformation exegetical methods, taking up the work of William Perkins in contrast to the fourfold method.Read more
Continuing our Reformation500 celebration, Dr. Bob McKelvey explains medieval fourfold exegesis of Scripture and its continuities/discontinuities in William Tyndale. Read more
Continuing our Reformation500 celebration, Dr. Ryan McGraw concludes his series on Scripture in the writings of Amandus Polanus versus Robert Bellarmine with a post about meditation on Scripture.Read more
Continuing our Reformation500 celebration, Dr. Ryan McGraw writes part two on the relationship between Scripture and the church in the writings of Amandus Polanus versus Robert Bellarmine.Read more
Continuing our Reformation500 celebration, Dr. Ryan McGraw begins a three-part series on the relationship between Scripture and the church in the writings of Amandus Polanus versus Robert Bellarmine.Read more