Here’s the latest as we discuss Reformation 500 and the Bible Society’s recent interactions with Hillsong and a brewery… See also my review of Ideas the Changed the World. link to original post on Thinking Aloud
It can’t have failed to get your notice that this year we celebrate the 500th anniversary of what is widely considered to be the beginning of the Reformation (with every respect to Wyclif, Hus, Zwingli etc.); the nailing of Luther’s 95 Theses to the door of the church at Wittenburg. The question for many churches […]
With the 500th anniversary of the Reformation approaching… * Where does that leave us in the 21st Century? * How does it help with the different issues and challenges we face now? * What does it mean to be Protestant today? We’ll be tackling these issues and more at TOGCON, Thinking of God‘s annual ministry […]
On Monday 18 January I had the great joy of spending 2 hours on the radio with Chris Arnzen of Iron Sharpens Iron, a reformed podcast. We spoke about all things Anglican and what it means to be a reformed Christian in that denomination. A long interview, but I trust worth it.
Yup, it’s the latest podcast featuring your favourite Reformed guys (or at least three of them that you might know). We chat about radicalisation, banning prayer groups, the Reformed heritage of our denominations and how we became reformed. Enjoy…
Yup, 31 October is Reformation Day As well as the above, this is not quite so helpful but there you go… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=St9-z6OAewA Finally, I thoroughly recommend Mike Reeve’s The Unquenchable Flame. Stunning book with some excellent associated online resources.
Here’s my first few thoughts from yesterday… Do I have to be the person who reminds everyone about the fundamental importance of sola scripture and sola fide? — David Ould ن (@davidould) March 13, 2013 I'm sure the new Pope is a lovely humble man but lets not forget the theology he believes and represents. […]
To round off Reformation Day, an old sermon of mine on Reformation Sunday, 2007 about Martin Luther.
Today we remember the martyrdom of Thomas Cranmer, killed this day in 1556 under Queen Mary. Cranmer was the first Archbishop of Canterbury of the reformed Church of England and the original author of the Book of Common Prayer. The 1662 BCP we have today is really simply a revision of his majestic 1552. Foxe relates the […]