In 1521 Martin Luther was summoned to appear before the Diet of Worms to recant his opinions, which were regarded as heretical and against everything the Catholic Church stood for.
The following prayer is attributed to Saint Patrick (372-466). Born in England, he was captured into slavery by the Irish.
Eusebius of Caesarea was a Roman historian, of Greek descent, exegete and Christian polemicist. He became the Bishop of Early centers of Caesarea.
Polycarp, a disciple of the Apostle John and Bishop in the church of Smyrna, died for his faith in Christ at the stake at the age of 86.
[The following sermon on Romans 3:21-31 was preached by Pieter de Villiers, at Christ Church Paarl, on the 6th April 2014. It is placed here by permission.] Introduction At the beginning of the year, Trevor told me that this year he wants to bring the people of Christ Church back to the cross. If you […]
The issue surrounding gender and sexuality is clear in the Bible. God created humans as male and female and purposed them to reproduce and fill the earth.
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 […]
The Rejection of the Classical Doctrine of God and What It Says About the State of the Evangelical Movement
By David F. Wells1 Post-War evangelicalism, which linked believers around the world through the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization and the World Evangelical Fellowship, which produced the InterVarsity Fellowship, which saw the emergence of Billy Graham to international prominence, and spawned Christianity Today as its public, journalistic voice, is now in a free fall, despite […]
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.