Posts in category 500 Years of Protestantism

As we approach the five hundred year anniversary of the Protestant reformulation on October 31, 2017, it is good for us to look back and examine how that all worked out for them. For, how are we to judge the fruit of tree over the last 500 years unless we first examine the roots of that tree?


500 Years of Protestantism

500 Years of Protestantism: The Culmination of it All . . .

As we approach the five hundred year anniversary of the Protestant reformulation on October 31, 2017, I am looking back to examine how that all worked for them. For this installment I’m jumping forward five centuries later to put on display the fruit of the ‘so-called’ reformer’s rejection of the authority of the Catholic Church, rejection of the Sacrifice of the Mass, rejection of the complete Bible, rejection the Apostolic doctrine, rejection of the communion of Saints, and rejection of Mary.

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500 Years of Protestantism

500 Years of Protestantism: The 38 Most Ridiculous Things Martin Luther Ever Wrote

As we approach the five hundred year anniversary of the Protestant reformulation on October 31, 2017, it is good to look back examine how that all worked out for them. For, how are we to judge the fruit of tree over the last 500 years unless we first examine its seed? Therefore, let us start from the beginning and blink our eyes at the 33 Most Ridiculous things that Martin Luther, the illustrious Father of Protestantism and the Bible-Only (sola-scriptura) movement, said.

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