The new issue of Credo Magazine is now here: The English Reformation. The word “Reformation” immediately brings to mind a young Martin Luther, his 95 theses, and his memorable stand at the Diet of Worms. But did Luther’s writings have any influence in England? And what led certain English reformers to similar, sometimes identical, convictions…

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The next issue of Credo Magazine is nearly here! 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Our last issue focussed on the life and legacy of Martin Luther. This next issue turns to the English Reformation, examining the contributions of figures such as William Tyndale, Thomas Cranmer, Hugh Latimer, Nicholas Ridley, and many others.…

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For a limited time only, Westminster Bookstore is selling the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament at 50% off! About the Series: The Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (BECNT) series provides commentaries that blend scholarly depth with readability, exegetical detail with sensitivity to the whole, and attention to critical problems with theological relevance.:…

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One of the greatest, some would argue the greatest, preacher in the 19th century was Dr. Lloyd-Jones whose sermons still influence many today. If you have not heard Lloyd-Jones before, we want to draw your attention to the MLJ Trust, the online home of his sermons. There you will find hundreds of sermons. Below is…

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Back in February Sarah Zylstra wrote an article called “Man in the Middle,” reflecting on the contribution of David Dockery, President of Trinity International University, to evangelicalism and the recovery of conservative principles and doctrine. Today we would like to highlight some of the recent lectures by Dr. Dockery. In many of these lectures, Dr.…

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Each year the The Center for Public Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary hosts the Scudder lectures. Owen Strachan is the Director of the Center and in 2016 he invited Kevin Vanhoozer to give these lectures on the subject of the pastor as theologian. About the Scudder lectures: In 1994, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary inaugurated…

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Martin Luther is a hero of mine. Having read Here I Stand and The Bondage of the Will, and being familiar with Lutheran theology, I accepted this review with a twinge of skepticism. I have seen more than one Sunday school syllabus gone horribly wrong; from teaching “sharing” as the moral of Jesus feeding the…

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This week on Preaching and Preachers, Dr. Matthew Barrett joins Dr. Jason Allen, President of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, in a discussion on the Preacher and Sola Scriptura. Dr. Barrett is Tutor of Systematic Theology and Church History at Oak Hill Theological College in London, as well as the founder and executive editor of Credo Magazine. He is…

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Back in December 2015 Andy Naselli, assistant professor of New Testament and Theology at Bethlehem College and Seminary, started spending time each morning memorizing Romans. About 16 months later he made it through the entire letter. Now he recites it every morning on a walk, and he will be reciting it to churches as the…

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Recently I contributed a review to the Oxford University Press’s The Journal of Theological Studies. The book under review? Scott H. Hendrix’s Martin Luther: Visionary Reformer (Yale University Press, 2015). The review is now available at OUP where you can also download it as a pdf. Here is what I had to say: The year 2017…

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Yesterday we highlighted an introductory lecture to the Reformation by Herman Selderhius, Professor of Church History and Church Polity, Theological University of Apeldoorn. Today we would like to highlight a more academic lecture by Selderhuis he gave at Baylor University, introduced by Thomas Kidd.

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