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Brief Evangelical Timeline

This post is not meant to be a comprehensive timeline of evangelicalism, but is meant to give a snapshot of the movement.   evangelical timeline Martin Luther on October 31, 1517 post the 95 these on the door of the church of Wittenburg which sparked the Protestant Reformation. John Calvin published the Institutes of the... Continue Reading →

Second Reformation and the Local Church

When Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenburg church he was challenging certain eschatological and salvific principles.  In addition to Luther, Calvin and Zwingli came along and challenged other things that were taught to be required for salvation, such as baptism.  As a result, the Protestant Reformation that as initiated... Continue Reading →

Article Critique: The Believer's Church

The following essay is a critique of Jason Duesing’s article titled The Believers’ Church:  A “Natural Resource” worth Conserving.  Various strengths and weaknesses of the article will be presented.  At the conclusion of the paper a determination will be given to see if the article is effective in what it is trying to present.  ... Continue Reading →

Missions and the Early Church

Throughout the history of the church missions have played a vital role.  The Lord himself thought it was crucial and told the disciples to spread his message throughout the world.  They were told to teach, baptize, and to make other disciples.  Today we call this command the Great Commission.  The disciples came from a variety... Continue Reading →

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