“One humanist would eventually overshadow all others in Europe. Erasmus of Rotterdam (1469-1536), a man who embodied all the reforming … Continue reading Unduly Influenced
I found this quote recently: “Luther, in one of his epistles, said that there was no wickedness, no cruelty, that … Continue reading A Strange Love
“All Scripture [is] God-breathed and profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, so that the man … Continue reading A Subjective Canon
William Burt Pope (1822-1903) writes the following about that suppositious sot whose TRUTH criterion was SOMETHING OTHER than Scripture ALONE … Continue reading That Suppositious Sot
James R. White writes: “Many historians mark the beginning of the Reformation at October 31, 1517, for it was on … Continue reading Reformers Remaining in Falsehood
Excerpt of Carl Trueman regarding Luther: “The dark side of Luther is nowhere more evident than his later writings on … Continue reading Dark Side of Luther
The following comes from the book Martin Luther: Selections from his writings edited and with an introduction by John Dillenberger … Continue reading Not of Apostolic Provenance?
The following quote is taken from the book, Martin Luther: Selections from his writings edited and with an introduction by … Continue reading An Epistle Full of Straw?
“Though there were several precursors of the Reformation (John Wycliffe, John Hus, Savonarola), the Reformation proper began with Martin Luther … Continue reading Dr. Curt Daniel On Martin Luther
Thomas Watson writes: “The prophet Elisha feasted his enemies: he prepared a table for those who would have prepared his … Continue reading Thomas Watson On Forgiving