The modern-day Charismatic Movement poses a great threat to the Christian Church, claiming its allegiance to the Bible and its historical lineage from the apostolic Church.
Throughout the history of the Christian Church, Church Councils played a major role, both positive and negative.
In a previous article, I posted an introduction by Dr. Dana to the book of David A. Wallace,1 in which Wallace investigated the New England Theology as it developed during the latter part of the 18th and first half of the 19th centuries. This introduction is well worth reading. What follows is some conclusive remarks from Wallace after […]
We usually tend to skip the introduction and forward to a book (much the way we skip the genealogies in the bible) as not really contributing to the real content and meaning of the book we’re reading.
In modern theology the term “Calvinism” is loosely used to refer to those group of people that proposes the T.U.L.I.P. concept.
Athanasius was born in AD 298 in Egypt and became the bishop of Alexandria on June 8, 328 at the age of 30. The people of Egypt viewed him as their bishop until he died on May 2, 373 at the age of 75.1 I say he was “viewed” by the people as their bishop during […]
“Most serene emperor, illustrious princes, gracious lords. I obediently appeared at the time appointed yesterday evening, in conformity with the order given me yesterday, and by God’s mercies I conjure your majesty and your August highnesses to listen graciously to the defense of a cause which I am assured is just and true. If, through […]
Disputation of Doctor Martin Luther on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences by Dr. Martin Luther (1517)
Out of love and concern for the truth, and with the object of eliciting it, the following heads will be the subject of a public discussion at Wittenberg under the presidency of the reverend father, Martin Luther, Augustinian, Master of Arts and Sacred Theology, and duly appointed Lecturer on these subjects in that place. He […]
On 31 October 1517 Dr Martin Luther nailed his 95 Thesis, which contained his concerns that he had with Roman Catholicism, to the church doors of Wittenberg.
Ever wondered what the reason is that you are at this specific place and time in your life?