16th Century

The Impact of Justification by Faith on Luther’s Preaching

Tyler McQuilkin  Martin Luther was a 16th Century monk living in Germany. He joined the Augustinian monastery in Erfurt when he was just twenty-two years old. During his early years as a monk, Luther constantly lived in fear of death and the possibility of hell.[1] This worry of salvation drove more…

John Calvin

by Tanner Decker   NOTES [1] P. 11 Selderhuis [2] P. 25, Wendel [3] P. 140 Cottret   BIBLIOGRAPHY Calvin, Jean, McNeill, John T., and Battles, Ford Lewis. Institutes of the Christian Religion. Library of Christian Classics (Louisville, Ky.). Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2006. Coolidge, Calvin, and William more…

Martin Luther

by Cienna Dumaoal When most people think of Martin Luther, they think of a man stealing through the night to pin scathing condemnations of Catholicism to a weathered church door. No inherent issue exists with viewing Luther in light of the 95 Theses, as many consider them to be the more…