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Protestants: The Most ‘Catholic’ of Christians
New confession by high-profile theologians gives post-Reformation unity a URL.
500 Years After Reformation, Many Protestants Closer to Catholics than Martin Luther
Pew finds less than half of Protestants in many countries believe both sola fide and sola scriptura.
What Feminism Owes to the Protestant Reformation
Listening to marginalized voices isn’t a liberal or a conservative idea—it’s a fundamentally Christian one.
What’s the Deal with Lent?
Skepticism about this season is based mostly on myths and misconceptions.
‘Grace Alone’ 500 Years Later Subscriber access only
A Catholic perspective.
‘Grace Alone’: Luther Nails It Subscriber access only
A Protestant responds to Catholic critiques of ‘Grace Alone.’
Reading the Reformation in 2017
Historians are still finding new things to say about Martin Luther and his movement.
Division Is Not Always a Scandal Subscriber access only
What to think of the 45,000 denominations that rose from the Reformation.
Tim Keller and John Inazu: How Christians Can Bear Gospel Witness in an Anxious Age
Our confidence in the gospel spurs us to serve our communities, not to shrink back when they decide they no longer need us.
It Takes a Church to Protest Subscriber access only
Why civil disobedience runs in our blood.
A Pastor's Revolutionary Vision
The name August Hermann Francke may not be widely known today, but this gentle and innovative teacher helped launch the modern wave of Protestant missions, education, and translation.