A century on, J. Gresham Machen’s most famous work still deserves our attention.
John Wycliffe, Reformer Pt. 3: Wycliffe and the Poor Priests
The exciting tale of John Wycliffe’s reformation of medieval preaching.
Persecuted, But Not Forsaken: Lessons from the Second Century Church
Western Christians are returning to a period of persecution. How can the second century help us to endure?
A Tale of Two Churches: Lessons from Swedish and Finnish Lutheranism
What can the Lutheran churches in Sweden and Finland teach us about responding to liberalizing denominations?
From the Editor’s Desk – Ad Fontes Winter 2023
Introducing the Winter 2023 print edition of Ad Fontes.
Celtic Christianity: Myth and Reality
Gerald Bray asks: was there ever such thing as more wild and mystical Celtic Christianity?
Old Testament Sacraments? A Reformed Overview
Nathan Johnson unpacks a surprising belief of the Reformed tradition: that Old Testament believers had sacraments.
Trinity and Catholicity: A Survey of Global Trinitarianism for Western Readers
Glenn Butner introduces Western readers to the trinitarian theology of the majority world.
America on Trial: A Defense of the Founding: A Review
Brad Littlejohn reviews Robert Reilly’s bizarre case for the influence of Roman Catholicism upon the American founding.
Leo the Great Among the Reformers
Often overlooked, Leo the Great was a foundational influence upon the Christology of the Reformation.