Our Spiritual Roots: The Reformation and the Rediscovery of the Gospel

To be Reformed means to be biblical, to recognise and submit oneself to the supreme authority of God’s Word. This article argues that this is the lesson we must learn from the Reformation. Going back to God’s word led to the rediscovery of the gospel and liberated the church from traditionalism.

Jodocus Van Ladonstein's Experiential & Practical Theology

The view of Jodocus Van Ladonstein on the Reformation in the Netherlands as a movement that did not stop at sound doctrine but continued to shape the life of the believer is what fuelled him to be part of those who called for further reformation, emphasising self-denial and sanctification. This is what the article explains.

The Just Shall Live By Faith: The Conversion of Martin Luther

There is no denying that the turning point in Martin Luther's life was his conversion. In this article, the author shows how God in His providence worked in the life of Luther by revealing the darkness in him and bringing him to His light. God then led Luther to write the ninety-five theses and promote the reformation of the church.

Luther’s ninety-five theses and the beginning of the Reformation

The 95 Theses of Luther was an important event in the reformation of the church. What were the causes for Luther to write this? Other things discussed in the article are the indulgences, the gospel and good works, and the consequences of the theses (Heidelberg disputation 1518, hearing at Augsburg 1518 and Diet of Worms 1521).