If you prayed as a Christian in the name of Jesus, completely confident that God hears and accepts your prayer, that’s a fruit of the Reformation. Kevin DeYoung interacts with the writings of Martin Luther: [In addition to other spiritual truths, the Reformation] was also about confidence. Not self-confidence, but confidence that God is for …

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If you worshipped as a Christian yesterday assured of your salvation, that’s a fruit of the Reformation. Sinclair Ferguson writes about a lesser acknowledged fruit of the Church’s great awakening, by interacting with one of its contemporary critics: Let us begin with a church history exam question. Cardinal Robert Bellarmine (1542–1621) was a figure not …

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At Meet The Puritans Joel Beeke takes a stab at identifying ten enduring legacies which the Reformation reintroduced to the church: From the post: God sent forth the power of his Word in the Reformation of the sixteenth century. The Reformation served as a dynamic motivation and catalyst for change and progress wherever its influence …

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