It was in Germany, Graetz argued, that the Reformation, and a Jewish-influenced Reformation, gave the world Luther and modern Protestantism.
J. C. Scharl reviews a new edition of plays by Hans Sachs, an early defender of Lutheranism in both drama and verse.
Is Martin Luther’s doctrine of vocation adequate to address the futility of so much modern work?
Should children come to the sacrament of the altar? Luther responds.
In what way, if any, is the rainbow a sacrament of God’s covenant with Noah?
Brad Littlejohn reviews Robert Reilly’s bizarre case for the influence of Roman Catholicism upon the American founding.
Are ashes on Ash Wednesday really an Anglican tradition?
Contemplating the tension between divine right and popular rule with the Bard and the Reformers.
Martin Luther, Galatians 1:4, and the importance of reading slowly.
Like all the contributors, I suspect, I was very excited to see Davenant Press's recent volume, Protestant Social Teaching: An Introduction,((Protestant Social Teaching: An Introduction, edited by Onsi Aaron Kamel, Jake Meador, and Joseph Minich (Davenant Press,...