All Blog Posts With Tag: Martin Luther

The 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation is days away, so it is a time to remember and reflect upon the Reformation, and specifically upon Martin Luther, who started the Reformation by nailing his 95 Theses to the door of Wittenberg Castle church on October 31, 1517. The Reformation opened Pandora's […]
If you missed today's live video discussion on The Errors of Inerrancy: #8 The Protestant Reformers Would Not Affirm Biblical Inerrancy (Martin Luther, John Calvin, et al.), then you may watch the video replay here, or watch it with comments on our PostBarthian FaceBook page.  In this video, I talk about Calvin's view […]
[The Errors of Inerrancy: A ten-part series on why Biblical Inerrancy censors the Scriptures and divides Evangelicals.] 8. The Protestant Reformers (John Calvin, Martin Luther, Zwingli, etc.) would not and did not affirm Biblical Inerrancy. Introduction The Protestant Reformers such as Martin Luther, John Calvin, Huldrych Zwingli, et al. have written isolated statements that are perennially […]
How do we know that we understand the Bible when we read it? The word "hermeneutics" refers to the way we read and interpret the Bible, and if our hermeneutical approach is wrong, then we will not understand the Bible. Often disagreements in theology come down to people reading the […]
Church in Excess and Defect St. Augustine said that the Church is a whore, but she is our mother. In time, we all experience the inadequacies of the Church, and this is especially true for Protestants, because few people remain members of the same church for the duration of their lives. […]