Tag Archives: Reformation

May All the Other Garbage Go

No church organization, movement or a group can honestly claim to be the flag-bearers of the Protestant Reformation if they have departed from believing in the central importance of the substitutionary, representative life and death of Jesus Christ, and His … Continue reading

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Unwrapping Jesus

Wherever a Christian culture exists that encourages its followers to believe and act as if their salvation, or sense of God’s approval depended on our human works (whether they are the works of the Law, or our own rules, or … Continue reading

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Reflections, Romans: Jesus Without Strings Attached

  Wherever a Christian culture exists that encourages its followers to believe and act as if their salvation, or sense of God’s approval depended on our human works (whether they are the works of the Law, or our own rules, … Continue reading

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Reformation Without Strings Attached

Five hundred years ago, on 31st October 1517., a German monk Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church in Germany. This event set in motion the unstoppable wave of the Protestant Reformation in … Continue reading

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Reaching Behind the Veil

We do not arrive at the Truth by carefully aligning Biblical proof texts into systematically organized themes, topics, doctrines, or systems of beliefs. By doing so many have arrived at diverse teachings and truths, all supported by different kinds of … Continue reading

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