Reformed Theology

Ryan McGraw reviews Beke's balanced approach towards the history of a controversial doctrine...
It's Article 39! Read more from Henry Jansma on why we should keep our promises...
In 781, a Saxon monk named Alcuin had an encounter that changed his life and became the catalyst of the dynamic but short-lived Carolingian Renaissance. The man he met was the Frankish King Charles (later known as Charlemagne). As many others him, Charles was struck by Alcuin’s intellect and...
In this penultimate entry, Bob McKelvey takes a look at Tyndale's covenant theology...
If I could preach only one sermon, I would preach my one allotted message to the visible church. I would preach with the weighty concern that the baptized are on an irreversible course toward eternity. And the baptized, those well-ordered around the outward expressions of the covenant, are most...
Should Protestants read and engage with anything written by Thomas Aquinas? David VanDrunen sits in with Jonathan and James to talk about a book he co-edited with Manfred Svensson, titled Aquinas Among the Protestants. David is the Robert B. Strimple Professor of Systematic Theology and Christian...
A native of Manchester, John Bradford (c. 1510-1555) started his career as vice-treasurer of the English army in France. An accusation of fraud (which he strongly contested) became the catalyst for a departure from a career for which he already felt unsuited. In 1547, he enrolled at the Inner...
A guide to one of the most influential books in Church history.
Tyndale and Luther on Justification
Did Tyndale part ways with Luther over justification?
The Gospel is the good news God's incarnate Son... but does it also include a call to obedience?...