Posts Tagged Protestant

The Real Luther

The Real Luther A Friar at Erfurt and Wittenberg  Exploring Luther’s Life with Melanchthon as Guide By Franz Posset Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis, 2011      Having read so many dissatisfactory commentaries and biographies on Martin Luther recently, I determined not to spend any more time on modern ‘revolutionary’ theories regarding him. Personally, I believe that though Luther lagged behind Reformers such as Tyndale, Jewel, Bucer and Bullinger, on such doctrines as Justification, the Work of God’s Word on the Soul, Repentance and Christology, he is preferable to Calvin. However, my decision to ignore unimaginative new perspectives on Luther did not last long. This December, I was introduced to Franz Posset’s… Full Article

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Are We Reformed?

Dear Brethren,      From time to time, we read postings to the HBS which state dogmatically that Baptists are, or ought to be, neither Reformed or Protestant. Such subscribers see so much error in these two branches of the institutionalised establishments that they beg loudly to differ and proclaim a ‘better way’. Not all Baptists, however, agree and we have that school represented by members of the American Founders’ Journal and the British Reformation Today who affirm strongly that Baptists are, or ought to be, both Reformed and Protestant. Again, as in most matters of faith and practice, Baptists are divided amongst themselves which led to Kenneth Good’s most interesting book, ‘Are Baptists Reformed?’      Now,… Full Article

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