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…

A Brief Overview of the Puritan Movement

By Nick Healey The term Puritan originated in sixteenth-century England, and it was initially a term of abuse towards nonconformist clergy in the Church of England because they insisted on the need to purify the Church. These nonconformists “preferred to think of themselves as the ‘godly’, because they sought to more…