Bernard Lonergan and Apologetic Methodology

In the Post-Reformation era theology, which had once been standard curriculum at universities, was pushed in the seminaries.  One of the unintentional results was that theologians began to only spoke with those in whom they were already in agreement.  In his essay Theology in its New Context, theologian Bernard Lonergan gives a critique of classical... Continue Reading →

Martin Luther and the Cross of Christ

Martin Luther is a name that all Christians have heard, but most take the name for granted.  They know him as the leader of the Protestant Reformation, and rightfully so as his theological endeavors led to a split from the Catholic Church.  Though this was a sad time in history, Luther was a brilliant theologian... 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 →

Martin Luther and the 95 Theses

The “95 Theses” were written in 1517 by a German priest and professor of theology named Martin Luther. His revolutionary ideas served as the catalyst for the eventual breaking away from the Catholic Church and were later instrumental in forming the movement known as the Protestant Reformation. Luther wrote his radical “95 Theses” to express... Continue Reading →

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