We live in a society in which admitting one’s own sins is seen as a sign of weakness.
What are the key differences between the three main schools of eschatological thought?
Should we talk about the ‘Protestant Reformation’ or the ‘Protestant Reformations’?
A closer look at Heinrich Bullinger, Theodore Beza, Thomas Cranmer, William Perkins and Conrad Grebel.
How Protestantism recovered the soul-enriching doctrine of double imputation.
Should Christians say "God Told Me"?
How contemporary Evangelicalism could benefit from going back to Protestant catechisms.
In the 400th anniversary of Richard Baxter, today I give you 10 reasons why it is important to read the Puritans.
“Evangelicalism desperately needs a revival of robust Reformed theology that is thoroughly biblical, helpfully doctrinal, warmly experiential, and pointedly practical”, says the President of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary.