Forgiveness · History · Martin Luther · Ministers · Reformation

Standing for One’s Faith in a Godless Society

A Soul In Search of Salvation The Story of Martin Luther and the Reformation Part 3 Standing Fast before the Sovereign In the spring of 1521, the Parliament of the German state assembled and demanded the appearance of Luther. Obedient to the crown, Luther journeyed to Worms, believing that he had been summoned to debate…… Continue reading Standing for One’s Faith in a Godless Society

Apologetics · Bible · Biblical Doctrines · Calvinism · Jesus · Reformation · Salvation · Theology

The Extent of the Atonement

It is the understanding of Reformed theologians that only the elect will receive the benefits of the death of Christ. Arminians oppose the idea that the purpose of God in sending Christ to Calvary was not to definitely secure the salvation of those who are to be the heirs of salvation, but simply to make…… Continue reading The Extent of the Atonement

Indulgences · Martin Luther · Reformation · Roman Catholicism · Salvation

Reformation Day Better than Candy

When someone mentions October 31 our minds are most likely conditioned to think about Halloween, pumpkins, scary costumes, hayrides, or, best of all, candy. But the day is also remembered by many throughout the world for an entirely different reason. If you were to find yourself in any of the participating German states on October…… Continue reading Reformation Day Better than Candy