Articles Posted in the " Protestant Reformation " Category

  • The “Other” Martin Luther

    The “Other” Martin Luther

    Reading passages like Romans 3:21–22, Luther realized that he could be forgiven, not based upon his own works but upon the righteousness of Jesus that was available to him if he would trust in Christ alone for his salvation.

  • “The Coming Evangelical Collapse”

    “The Coming Evangelical Collapse”

    The Internet Monk writes, “We are on the verge – within 10 years – of a major collapse of evangelical Christianity… We Evangelicals have failed to pass on to our young people an orthodox form of faith that can take root and survive the secular onslaught. The billions of dollars we’ve spent on youth ministers, Christian music, publishing, and media has produced… young Christians who know next to nothing about their own faith except how they feel about it.”

  • Waldensians: Medieval Reformers

    Waldensians: Medieval Reformers

    Who were these Waldensians who, with their small numbers and poverty, defied powerful Rome for five centuries with their firm and clear message of living the Christian faith only according to God’s Word? Who were these faithful believers who would put today’s evangelicals, with their gospel of prosperity and happy-clappy worship, to horrible shame?