On October 31, 1517, a German monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses on the door of the Wittenburg Castle church sparking the Reformation.
The PCUSA Presbyterian Committee on Congregational Song voted to keep the popular hymn “In Christ Alone” out of their new hymnal due to its mention of God’s wrath.
John Knox (1510-1572), leader of the Reformation in Scotland had a famous interview with Mary, Queen of Scots on August 26,1561 (the first of several). The Queen had accused Knox of raising her subjects against her and that he spoke out against her authority. She said that he was the cause of sedition and slaughter […]
Ten reasons given by John Mark Reynolds, and being a Calvinist I found it quite funny. But then again, I’m the cool kind, not the dour straw man stereotype he pokes fun at. You should be cheerful if you are a Calvinist: I. . . . because God may not have chosen you for the […]