The Great-Grandfather of the Reformation (Caleb Cangelosi)

As we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, let us not forget that there were reforming efforts in the church of the Lord Jesus Christ long before Martin Luther played the carpenter and nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the church door in…

“Faith that Maketh a Man Righteous”: Hugh Latimer on Being Saved by Faith Alone (Michael Haykin )

The English Reformer, Hugh Latimer (c.1485-1555) is probably best remembered today for his stirring statement at the time of his Oxford martyrdom in the autumn of 1555 when he urged his co-martyr Nicholas Ridley, “Be of good comfort Master Ridley, and…

The Old Perspective on the Works of the Law (Nick Batzig)

Biblical studies have undergone something of a seismic shift over the past three decades. Noted scholars such as James D.G. Dunn, E.P. Sander and N.T. Wright have questioned whether the theologians of the Reformation have properly understood the t…

Faith Among the Graces: Edwards on Faith and Love (Jeff Waddington)

This year we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation when the German Augustinian monk Martin Luther nailed a long series of academic debating points about the medieval Roman Catholic penitential system (the 95 the…

Greenville Conference on Reformed Theology (Richard D. Phillips)

This is a personal invitation to come to beautiful Greenville, SC in order to enjoy a new conference joyfully set in the Reformed tradition October 13-15, 2017. Joining me will be Rev. Dr. Harry L. Reeder III of Briarwood Presbyterian Church and …

Luther’s Loyal Son (R. Scott Clark)

Many of us have probably been led to think of Reformed (and Presbyterian) tradition as being separate and parallel tradition to the Lutheran. There have been those within the modern Reformed tradition and within the Lutheran tradition since at least t…

Let the Alliance promote your Reformation Sunday event! (Robert Brady)

Will your church be hosting a Reformation Sunday event during this historic year?Reformation Sunday is an opportunity to affirm our doctrinal convictions and to praise God for His ongoing reformation of the Church. The Alliance would like to promote y…

Christian Assurance: Rome and Thomas Goodwin (Ian Hamilton )

In its theological response to the teachings of the Reformation, the Council of Trent (1545-1563) maintained that a “believer’s assurance of the pardon of his sins is a vain and ungodly confidence”. More pointedly the Council declared in Canon 16 on J…

Why We Are Still Protestant (Jonathan Master)

This year marks the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s nailing of the 95 theses to the door of Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany. This act in itself was relatively conventional: he was essentially initiating a debate about the use and abuse of in…

New Alliance Re:Port (Robert Brady)

Thanks to the support of our members, we have very exciting news in the fall Alliance Re:Port. Here are some highlights:Celebrate the Reformed Resources Reboot!Over the weekend of October 28th and 29th, ReformedResources.org, the Alliance online resou…