Category Archives: Reformation

The Church and Politics

I am writing as a concerned citizen of two kingdoms–the kingdom of man and the kingdom of God. As a citizen of the kingdom of man, I have a responsibility to submit to the government, “For their is no authority … Continue reading

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500th Anniversary Celebration of the Protestant Reformation: Martin Luther and Sola Scriptura

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation (October 31, 1571 — October 31, 2017), I have found myself reading, watching, and listening various writers, presenters, and speakers on the German reformer Martin Luther and his theology. Along … Continue reading

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Martin Luther, the Protestant Reformation, Wittenberg Beer, and the Power of the Word

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, it is only fitting that I quote from Martin Luther himself–that truly flawed German monk God in his sovereignty and providence chose to change the religious and political landscape Europe … Continue reading

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500th Anniversary of Protestant Reformation: “A Mighty Fortress is Our God”

Martin Luther, the German Reformer, was also a hymn writer.  Perhaps his most beloved is “A Might Fortress Is Our God.” To truly appreciate this reformational hymn, we need to step back and ponder the times in which Luther lived. … Continue reading

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