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Martin Luther and how Evangelicalism Departed from its Reformation Roots

John Wesley

My argument is this: By the year 1700, Protestant Christianity had begun developing significantly new practices and understandings of the Christian faith that focused upon Christian renewal, conversion, new birth and the coming millennial kingdom. These new practices and understandings were a dramatic departure not only from Roman Catholic Christianity, but also from the o...

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Martin Luther's Primary Concern in Liturgical Reformation

Martin Luther Cranach

Martin Luther's primary concern when constructing the German mass and order of the liturgy in 1526 was that the gospel be proclaimed for the people in their context....

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Worthy Reception of the Lord's Supper

Cranach Last Supper

Martin Luther on the worthy reception of the Lord's Supper....

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A Collect for Reformation Sunday

A collect for Reformation Sunday....

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The Collapsing of the Covenants: Narrow is the Way that Leads to Destruction

Collapsing the covenants into one overarching theme of grace confuses law and gospel and effectively eliminates an explicit law-gospel distinction in Scripture....

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