It’s women’s history month—and Sunday, March 8, was International Women’s Day. To celebrate, we’re highlighting 11 Christian women in Church history who served God in both extraordinary and ordinary ways. (more…)
By Dayton Hartman, excerpted from Church History for Modern Ministry: Why Our Past Matters for Everything We Do from Lexham Press.
“Martin Luther was a chump.” Yes, I said it. I used to believe it. . . .
So what if Martin Luther (1483–1546) ignited the Reformation? Who cares that he preached a biblical gospel? Today many evangelicals consider much of Luther’s thought to be in error, or at least in poor taste. Worse yet, although he was arguably one of the greatest theologians of his time, the most average of theologians today seems undeniably superior. [Read more…]
“There was something to that singular moment of the posting of the 95 Theses
that not only changed Church history, [it] changed
world history for centuries to come.”
— Stephen Nichols, President of Reformation Bible College
On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the Wittenburg Chapel door. [Read more…]