Tag Archives: Roman Catholicism

What Is Reformation Day? By Stephen Nichols

A single event on a single day changed the world. It was October 31, 1517. Brother Martin, a monk and a scholar, had struggled for years with his church, the church in Rome. He had been greatly disturbed by an … Continue reading

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Review of Luis de Molina

  In his book, Luis de Molina: The Life and Theology of the Founder of Middle Knowledge, Kirk R. MacGregor chronicles the tumultuous days of a brilliant Jesuit priest who attempts to reconcile the doctrines of God’s sovereignty and human … Continue reading

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The Monk Who Was Not Good Enough By Nathan Busenitz

Nathan Busenitz  October 29, 2015 It was just over 500 years ago, in the fall of 1510, that a desperate Roman Catholic monk made what he thought would be the spiritual pilgrimage of a lifetime. He had become a monk five … Continue reading

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