Reformation history

Mark McDowell
This is Deviant Calvinism week. The author of this new book is Oliver Crisp and I'm delighted and incredibly grateful that he has taken the time to be pestered with some questions about this work. We have also provided a review of the book by Ref21 stalwart, Paul Helm, that can be found in the...
Mark McDowell
This is Deviant Calvinism week. The author of this new book is Oliver Crisp and I'm delighted and incredibly grateful that he has taken the time to be pestered with some questions about this work. We have also provided a review of the book by Ref21 stalwart, Paul Helm, that can be found in the...
Barry Waugh
Editors' Note: This is the second article of a two part series by Dr. Barry Waugh. The first article can be found here . Martin Luther's Publishing in Germany When Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Church on October 31, 1517, he was calling for a disputation...
Barry Waugh
Editors' Note: This is the second article of a two part series by Dr. Barry Waugh. The first article can be found here . Martin Luther's Publishing in Germany When Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Church on October 31, 1517, he was calling for a disputation...
Carl Trueman Articles
G.R. Evans, The Roots of the Reformation: Tradition, Emergence, and Rupture (IVP: 2012) 528 pp. My philosophy of teaching is very simple: while I confess that I do like it when I am able to persuade students to agree with me, my primary purpose is to teach them to think as historians. This is...
Carl Trueman Articles
G.R. Evans, The Roots of the Reformation: Tradition, Emergence, and Rupture (IVP: 2012) 528 pp. My philosophy of teaching is very simple: while I confess that I do like it when I am able to persuade students to agree with me, my primary purpose is to teach them to think as historians. This is...
Simonetta Carr, Weight of a Flame: The Passion of Olympia Morata (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing, 2011). In the interest of disclosure this review was written by a thirty-something-year-old man with the help of two young ladies under age five and a six year old boy. I mention this because...