Bolt and Sheridan on Sheridan’s New Book

https://youtu.be/3CUiJb4ccX0 While Sheridan is coming from a Roman Catholic perspective, the evidences for the New Testament (NT) that he discusses are of importance for evangelical and reformed Protestants too. From an apologetic standpoint it is great to see this on Australian television. But let's not forget the need to get the gospel right - in … Continue reading Bolt and Sheridan on Sheridan’s New Book

On Christian Unity

The foundation and structure of unity. What is the basis of Christian unity? There are multiple protestant denominations that exist - even multiple types of the same denominations. There are a plethora of Christian cults constantly seeking our affirmation and their legitimacy. The Roman Catholic Church has become just another denomination rather than what the … Continue reading On Christian Unity

Luther’s Eight Sermons at Wittenberg, March 1522 (Part 4)

As a pastor returning to the mess that Karlstadt had begun - in trying to bring revolution - Luther explains the method he uses to decide whether something is to be considered 'free' or a 'must'. Remember this is Luther's third sermon having returned from Wittenberg from isolation in Wartburg Castle (although he probably didn't … Continue reading Luther’s Eight Sermons at Wittenberg, March 1522 (Part 4)

Luther’s Eight Sermons at Wittenberg, March 1522 (Part 3)

Luther begins his second sermon with a summary of his sermon from the day before: ‘Dear friends, you heard yesterday the chief characteristics of a Christian man, that his whole life and being is faith and love. Faith is directed toward God, love toward man and one’s neighbor, and consists in such love and service … Continue reading Luther’s Eight Sermons at Wittenberg, March 1522 (Part 3)