The Reformation for Dummies

Review of Reformation Theology: A Systematic Summary Edited by Matthew BarrettIn a year that has seen (and no doubt will continue to see) many, many books on the Reformation released to the public, Reformation Theology is certainly going to be one of the most thorough. It is a systematic theology that walks through the thought of key Reformers on topics ranging from predestination to baptism to the Trinity. (And of course, while it is for laymen, it's not really for dummies.) Here are a … [Read more...]

Does the Reformation still matter today?

Review of Why the Reformation Still Matters by Michael Reeves and Tim ChesterOctober 31, 2017 will be the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. (The "quingentesimus", if you care about the fancy name for that particular anniversary.) As a result we have seen and will no doubt increasingly see a spate of books on the market celebrating or decrying the Reformers and the work God did through them. One of the best introductions to that reforming work so far is Why the Reformation Still … [Read more...]