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  • Semper Reformanda in Context

    The phrase ecclesia reformata, semper reformanda (the church reformed, always reforming) has been used so often as to make it a motto or slogan. People have used it to support a surprising array of theological and ecclesiastical programs and purposes. Scholars have traced its origins to a devotional book written by Jodocus van Lodenstein in 1674. Van Lodenstein, no doubt, had no intention of being a phrase-maker or sloganeer. What was his intention, and what did he mean by this phrase? Read More October 16, 2019 at 05:00 AM | from W. Robert Godfrey

  • Assurance of Faith, A New Teaching Series from Joel Beeke

    Are you sure you’re saved? Many Christians wrestle with this question, agonizing over guilt and worrying whether they’re truly in Christ. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Read More October 15, 2019 at 06:00 PM | from Nathan W. Bingham

  • Luther and the Thunderstorm

    Why did Martin Luther call out to Saint Anne during a terrifying thunderstorm? In this brief clip, Stephen Nichols takes us back to the incident that led Luther to become a monk. Read More October 15, 2019 at 12:00 PM | from Nathan W. Bingham

  • Mentor Us

    Here’s an excerpt from Mentor Us, Nicholas T. Batzig’s contribution to the October issue of Tabletalk. Read More October 15, 2019 at 12:00 PM | from Nathan W. Bingham

  • If People Do Not Know the Bible, They Cannot Know God

    Whether in movies, TV programs, or music, we rarely see people and stories from the Bible referenced as often as we once did. Even among unbelievers, it used to be respectable, even desirable, to quote positively from the Bible. Just think about how many times Shakespeare quoted from the Geneva Bible. Read More October 14, 2019 at 12:00 PM | from Chris Larson

  • A False Church

  • What Is the Role of Civil Authorities in the Christian Life?

  • The Instrumental Cause of Justification

  • What Was the Reformation All About?

  • An Alien Righteousness