Worldview and Faith
Solid Faith and Broken Classrooms
Solid Faith on the Sports Field
How to Engage My Muslim Friends
An Example of Solid Faith in a Corrupt Culture
What is Solid Faith?
What Fuels Solid Faith?
The Reformation at 500
When we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, we are celebrating nothing less than God’s work in reawakening the church to the central truths of the gospel. The central truths of the Reformation must still be defended and taught in our churches. The modern age needs these truths just as urgently as the church…
We are Beggars, It is True: The Solas and the Hope that Endures
We take no credit for ourselves. Our salvation, from beginning to end, is of God.
Is the Reformation Over? The Solas and the Work that Remains
“I’m not worried about being on the wrong side of history. I’m worried about being on the wrong side of God.”
The Reformation and Preaching: The Solas and the Task of Preaching
The Reformation was built on men with a fire in their hearts and a Bible in their hands declaring the Word of God.
Was the Reformation Successful? The Solas and the Church Today
The only doctrines Luther would hold were the doctrines he found in the pages of Scripture.
The Roman Catholic Church, Then and Now: The Solas and the Continuing Conflict
How is it that God rescues sinful, fallen people in this world? The gospel is the good news for Protestants, Catholics, and every man.
Was the Reformation Necessary? The Solas and the Division of Christendom
In the Reformation, the very gospel of Jesus Christ was at stake.
The Righteous Shall Live by Faith: Why the Reformation Matters
Whenever the gospel of Jesus Christ is preached, the Reformation has not failed.