How did the Spanish Reformers approach their patristic and medieval heritage?
In the Reformation, the Philosopher was used by the Reformers just as much as by Roman Catholics.
Protestants need to stop self-flagellating and embrace their heritage for the good of the world.
How the neglected Spanish Reformation charted a fourth way between Wittenburg, Geneva, and Canterbury.
An insistence on detail is, in many ways, at the root of Protestantism.
There are many accounts of how the Reformation created the modern world. But what if they’re all wrong?
For the Christian, the threat of death, in whatever form it comes, does not have the final word. Jesus said it this way: “Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit” (John 12:24).
Why do Protestants convert to Rome? Chris Castaldo surveys three key theological concerns that motivate many converts.
This article appeared in Volume II, Issue 4 of Ad Fontes. Introduction I begin with a quotation. I have used it in print before, but it provides such a high value of entertainment that I cannot forego reusing it here. The quotation is from a 19th c. American...
When exactly the levee is going to break is not easy to know, but when it does we all know. October 31, 1517 is the day the levee broke in the church of the West. It is not likely that Luther was aware he was laying his ax to the root. But that is what he was in fact...