Long Before Luther

Nathan Busenitz, Long Before Luther: Tracing the Heart of the Gospel From Christ to the Reformation Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2017, 243 pp. $10.49 Long Before Luther: Tracing the Heart of the Gospel From Christ to the Reformation by Nathan Busenitz recently hit the shelves. Busentiz sets out to discover whether or not the doctrine ofContinue reading “Long Before Luther”

FAITH ALONE – Thomas Schreiner (2015)

Faith Alone by Thomas Schreiner is much-needed treatment of the doctrine which was rediscovered during the days of the Protestant Reformation, namely, justification by faith alone. The author makes it plain from the beginning that he does not intend to offer a comprehensive treatment of this doctrine. Rather, he guides readers through a tour ofContinue reading “FAITH ALONE – Thomas Schreiner (2015)”

JOHN KNOX AND THE REFORMATION – Martyn Lloyd-Jones and Iain Murray

Buried deep in the catacombs of church history lie heroes that deserved to be revived from time to time.  John Knox stands among several men who faithfully raised the banner of the gospel and defended the truths of the Protestant Reformation.  Martyn Lloyd-Jones and Iain Murray guide readers through the life and legacy of theContinue reading “JOHN KNOX AND THE REFORMATION – Martyn Lloyd-Jones and Iain Murray”

WHAT IS JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH ALONE?

J.V. Fesko answers the all-important question, “What is Justification by Faith Alone?”  The author begins, “All people must at some point in their existence stand in the presence  of God and be judged.  There are two possible outcomes, either a guilty or not-guilty verdict.  Or, in biblical terms, God will either condemn or justify theContinue reading “WHAT IS JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH ALONE?”