Category Archives: Reformation

Anthony Rogers decimated Sam “Tetzel Shamoun and William AlbrEck”

Be sure to listen carefully to all of this video and the one I linked to earlier. (see below) You can go to Shamoun’s YouTube channel (Shamounian) and see the 2 videos he did against Anthony Rogers, in a back … Continue reading

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Baptism, Baptists, and Church History

Overall, a Baptist History has to have 3 elements: 1.  The Anabaptists – 1500s around Luther and Zwingli and then forward. Most of the Anabaptists were Arminian in theology, except for, apparently, Zwingli’s students. 2.  The General Baptists – 1601 … Continue reading

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The righteous shall live by faith alone!

Romans 1:16-17 Romans 3:28 See James Swan’s excellent and very important article on the issue of Luther’s translation of Romans 3:28: Luther added the word “alone” (sola) to Romans 3:28? Scripture is superior to relics, statues, crucifixes, icons. The words … Continue reading

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Luther, the 95 theses in 1517, then Diet of Worms famous speech in 1521

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A Reformation Day Summary

Luther’s Reformation Breakthrough (by Church History, Historical Theology Professor Ryan Reeves, Gordon-Conwell Seminary) Dr. Reeves summarizes Luther’s Breakthrough on Justification by Faith Alone: The Importance of the Reformation: Dr. Reeves then goes back to explain the 95 Theses: I wanted … Continue reading

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On the Bondage of the Unregenerate Will

http://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/2013/11/everyday-is-reformation-day-here-on.html

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All the messages and sermons from “Together for the Gospel” (T4G) 2018

http://www.dennyburk.com/lig-duncans-stirring-message-at-t4g-18/

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Good reasons to keep on celebrating (and studying the historical and theological issues) the Protestant Reformation of 1517

http://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/2017/05/good-reasons-to-keep-on-celebrating.html

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5 Minutes in Church History site

What a great resource!  These are excellent synopses of important people and events in church history.  Thanks to Stephen Nichols for putting this together. http://5minutesinchurchhistory.com/

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Slow Historical developments that show change from early church catholic to later Roman Catholic

http://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/2012/08/historical-developments-that-led-to.html It answers the objections that this Roman Catholic made:

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