Imaginary Differences: Part 1

Let us begin with God’s Word as the Reformed in the classical period typically read and even heard it—in Latin: ergo fides ex auditu auditus autem per verbum Christi (“Therefore faith is from hearing and hearing through the Word of Christ,” Rom 10:17). Continue reading →

New! Complete Audio Version Of The Heidelberg Catechism

The Heidelberg Catechism (1563) is one of the treasures of the Reformation. Synthesized from several pre-existing catechisms including Luther’s Small Catechism (1529), Theodore Beza’s Confession (1558), Calvin’s Institutes (1559), catechisms by Johannes Brenz (1499–1570), Johannes a Lasco (Jan Łaski, 1499–1560), and chiefly . . . Continue reading →