I know that you’re going to be sitting around tonight wondering what to do in those anxious moments between ambushes by costumed raiding parties, so I have compiled a few Reformation Day Reads for your edification.
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The Pilgrims sold their worldly possessions to give the community, not just an individual or a family, a chance to live out their religious convictions together. Half of them died over the course of that first winter at Plymouth. That’s a staggering sacrifice.
Read More Longing for a Plymouth
The Calvinist movie release date is officially October 2. I was able to see a rough cut edit of the film, and I’m super excited for the release.
Read More Calvinist trailer and release date
This week, I finished Bruce Gordon’s, Calvin, a highly recommended biography of John Calvin. While there is so much to learn from the book, I have found myself reflecting on one consistent theme from Gordon’s biography: John Calvin sacrificed his life to promote the Gospel.
Read More John Calvin’s prolonged martyrdom
Recently, Dr. Clark was interviewed by the Theology Gals for their weekly podcast. In the episode, Dr. Clark explains covenant theology, paedobaptism, covenant kids, and more.
Read More Dr. R. Scott Clark explains covenant theology on the Theology Gals podcast
I was reminded this week that the blog has been live for one year. What an eventful year we have had. Thank you for following along.
Read More Across two Marches
Early settler doctrine, piety, and practice should certainly humble our hearts and minds.
Read More God and Michigan’s Dutch Reformed
Reformation Day 2016 will mark the 499th anniversary of the unofficial start of the Reformation. This upcoming year is sure to be filled with excellent scholarship, writing, and reflection. I hope that all Christians, but especially Reformed Christians, use this milestone as an impetus to assess the health of our churches and denominations.
Read More Preparing for Reformation 500