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How to hear God speak through the Bible

Many people say they do not hear God.  Many others say they do hear God speak.  I believe them.  God speaks through dreams, visions, audible voices, etc.  1,468 more words

Sola Scriptura

In this month of October, celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, it is a good time to reflect on the authority, inerrancy, and infallibility of the scriptures. 442 more words

The Reformation and the Gospel

This coming October 31st marks the five hundred year anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation. On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses on the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church in Germany. 956 more words

Are you using the Bible in ways God never intended it to be used?

Have you ever tried building a complicated Lego set without using the instruction guide?

Even using a the guide can be complex enough.  All it takes is to put one brick one spot off, and within a few steps you realize that your model doesn’t look like the one in the picture.  952 more words

The time our church was accused with the words: "That's not worship!"

“That’s not worship.”

The person speaking the words was really frustrated at our church.

They were talking about a change we made to our worship service.  1,504 more words

Is the Reformation Still Relevant? Thinking about Sola Scriptura and the State of Modern Evangelicalism

The Reformation was a time of great shaking and awakening for the church. Prior to the Reformation, the church was a mess. Instead of transforming the world, the church had become conformed to the world. 1,416 more words

Sola Scriptura, Holy Tradition, and the Hermeneutics of Christ

by Robert F. Fortuin

It is not uncommon to hear Eastern Orthodox Christians assert that ‘holy tradition is the context of scripture’—by this is meant that the Bible cannot be separated from the practice and theology of the community of Christian believers. 2,727 more words

Eastern Orthodoxy