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Reading the Reformation in 2017
Historians are still finding new things to say about Martin Luther and his movement.
Reading the Reformation in 2017. Historians are still finding new things to say about Martin Luther and his movement. Reading the Reformation in 2017. Laurie / Lightstock.
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Division Is Not Always a Scandal
What to think of the 45,000 denominations that rose from the Reformation.
Division Is Not Always a Scandal. What to think of the 45,000 denominations that rose from the Reformation. What to think of the 45,000 denominations that rose from the Reformation.
Subscriber Access Only Ultrasounds Help Bridge Evangelical and Catholic Theology
Pregnancy centers find common ground in the pro-life cause.
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Alexander K. Sample. “It's been both a blessing and an unfortunate reenactment of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation.” ~Diego Wendt, 4US. Yet after
A Look at Notable 2016 Publications
TEDS President offers his list of best books
Reformation: 1517-2017. There will no doubt be numerous publications on Reformation-related themes in this anniversary year. A handful of reflective
Weekend Edition - December 31
Book recommendations from Christianity Today, The Gospel Coalition, and Desiring God
As we mark the anniversary of the 95 Theses next year (make sure to see CT's Reformation-themed January/February issue), our spiritual and theological debts to Luther are obvious.
The Illegal Cookout That Sparked the Swiss Reformation
Who would have thought that an unassuming plate of sausages could ignite a revolution?
Humor: Dumb Moments in Church History. The Illegal Cookout That Sparked the Swiss Reformation. Who way. That was it, then—the Reformation had begun.
Christianity Today’s 2017 Book Awards
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.
Make a list of all the blessings the Protestant Reformation has brought, and eventually—long after jotting down iconic phrases like “salvation by grace alone through faith alone”—you'll
Subscriber Access Only Does Protestantism Need to Die?
Or to recover its riches? Two Protestant luminaries look at the legacy of the Reformation, 500 years later.
Two Protestant luminaries look at the legacy of the Reformation, 500 years later. Two Protestant luminaries look at the legacy of the Reformation, 500 years later.
Died: Jack Chick, Cartoonist Whose Controversial Tracts Became Cult Hits
This was his life!
called out Catholics in his tracts, which represent a sense of “atavistic anti-Catholicism” among certain evangelicals, Mark Noll and Carol Nystrom wrote in Is the Reformation Over?.
Subscriber Access Only 500 Years After Luther, We Still Feel the Pressure to Be Justified
Luther's law/gospel insight is as brilliant as ever—especially in 21st century America.
The same cannot be said for those raised by his theology. Some wonder on the 500th anniversary whether the Reformation is essentially over. Don't we get the message already?
C. Peter Wagner (1930-2016), Some Thoughts on His Life and Passing
Missiologist, missionary, writer, teacher, and Church Growth specialist
the Church Growth Movement. In the new millennium, he largely is known for what would be called the New Apostolic Reformation. For example, he
Anti-Semitic Sculpture Outside Luther's Church Creates Controversy
Protestant group seeking removal of Judensau carving before Reformation 500 encounters firm opposition.
Protestant group seeking removal of Judensau carving before Reformation 500 encounters firm opposition. Anti-Semitic Sculpture Outside Luther's Church Creates Controversy.
Don't Waste the Opportunity: 4 Reasons You Should Go Trick or Treating This Weekend
New poll asks "What are pastors telling their congregations?"
over for dinner. Get to know them, and start tonight. You can still do your spiritually named "Fall Festival" or "Reformation Day" celebration. Just do it at
Diaspora Missions: East Meets West (and North meets South): Reflections on Polycentric Missions
Christianity is not declining in the U.S., but is being ‘de-Europeanized.'
worldwide. No wonder Professor Andrew Walls claimed that “migration was a more significant event in Christian history than the Reformation itself.”. The
Reclaiming Evangelism: Why Christians Need to Recover Their Passion for Christ
U.K. ministry leader explores evangelism's embarrassment, exclusivity, and entrepreneurial nature
Some argue that because the Reformation stated that the marks of the true Church are the right preaching of the word and the right administration of the sacraments, evangelism is the
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Women’s March Sets Out to Exclude 40 Percent of American Women
Women’s March Sets Out to Exclude 40 Percent of American Women
What pro-life feminists actually have in common with their pro-choice counterparts.
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