According to Luther scholar Bernhard Lohse, “Evidenced by this great treatise, The Babylonian Captivity of the Church, in his doctrine of the sacraments as well Luther broke with the church of his … [Read more...] about The Social Upheaval of Martin Luther
What does it mean to be a “Puritan”? In the sixteenth century, under Queen Elizabeth, the word was actually a term of opprobrium. Criticism of Puritans was often so harsh that scholars have identified … [Read more...] about Who Is The Last Puritan?
In the third volume of Christianity and Western Thought (2009), Alan Padgett and Steve Wilkens review the chief philosophical trends of the twentieth century. In their examination of the theology of … [Read more...] about 95 Gospel-Centered Theses
The Protestant Reformation was, in many ways, the product of manifold political, social, and religious forces crashing together at a God-ordained moment in history. Still in other ways, it began with … [Read more...] about Luther’s “Three Walls”