What Was Luther Doing When He Nailed His 95 Theses to the Wittenberg Door?

Carl Trueman answers some questions.

Some Free eBooks and Lectures on Reformation Day

Free resources from Greg Forster, R. C. Sproul, and John Piper.

A question for FIEC? (Paul Levy)

It’s been too long since I’ve baited FIEC.

John Stevens, Andy Patterson, Trev Archer and Richard
Underwood are the four wise men of FIEC. All four were local pastors doing a
great job and got promotion to become directors of FIEC (come on lads you kno…

Reformed African American Network

One year after the network launched, and with the advent of a new website, the co-founders explain their vision.

Happy Reformation Day (Rob Ventura)

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Sexual Sanity and Healing Wounded Hearts

There’s little doubt that pornography is a modern-day plague. Though pornography has always existed in one form or another, the Internet has created a medium through which it can be disseminated both widely and discreetly. Almost an entire genera…

Reformation Day Free Download: R.C. Sproul’s Luther and the Reformation

“On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther tacked up 95 theses on the church door at Wittenberg. With this act, he hoped to provoke a discussion among the scholars about the abuses of the indulgences by the Roman Catholic Church. He was not trying to create …

A New Reformation Begins…On Our Own Doorstep

The Reformed African American Network exists to fuel modern reformation in the African American community and our multi-ethnic nation beyond.

A La Carte (10/31)

Halloween and Evangelical Identity – Russell Moore takes a light-hearted look at Evangelicals and Halloween. “I tried my hand at explaining the spectrum, with tongue in cheek, using Halloween as a Rorschach test. I posted it over at the First Thi…

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