You might be an Antinomian, if…

Strive for…the holiness without which no one will see the Lord. ~Hebrews 12:14 Anne Hutchinson This list below was published in a few blogs, notably by Kevin DeYoung at The Gospel Coalition. Mark Jones originally brought the list to our attention with his important book Antinomianism: Reformed Theology’s Unwelcome Guest. It is a set of …

Book Review: “Churches, Revolutions, & Empires: 1789-1914” by Ian J. Shaw

Book Review: “Churches, Revolutions, & Empires: 1789-1914” by Ian J. Shaw Published by Christian Focus, 2012 Ian J. Shaw is currently the Director of the Langham Scholarship programme in the UK. I first became aware of this book because of a reference to it by Adam Parker on the “Bring The Books” web site (http://www.bringthebooks.org/).  Adam …

Trueman: “Reading Luther Well” part 1

Carl Trueman has posted a helpful article on Reading Luther Not Wisely But Well: Part One at Reformation21: Martin Luther is perhaps the single most important thinker for Protestants. Not that he is the greatest theologian, exegete or even role model. There are other, more qualified candidates for each of those titles. He is, however, …