My Conscience is Captive to the Word of God (Luther)

(This is a repost from September, 2011.) Heiko Oberman's Luther: Man Between God and the Devil is one of those books that I'll never forget reading.  I first read it around 10 years ago; I could not set this book down.  In fact, it led me to enjoy and appreciate church history in general, and Reformation history more specifically. … Continue reading My Conscience is Captive to the Word of God (Luther)

Making a Christ Out of Our Faithfulness

On this blog before, I've mentioned quite a bit how important it is to distinguish between the law and the gospel.   This was a huge part of the Reformation, from Luther to Calvin to Ursinus to Olevian forward to Turretin and Poole and ahead to Bavinck and others.  What does it look like when you blend the law… Continue reading Making a Christ Out of Our Faithfulness