The Ninety-Five Theses: Did Luther Nail Or Mail Them (Or Both)?

It is Reformation Day 2020. As far as I know, magisterial (Reformed and Lutheran) Protestants have observing October 31 as Reformation Day since the 17th century. Longtime readers of this space will may remember my critique of October 31 as Reformation Day. . . . Continue reading →

Luther Delivered Us From The Doctrine Of Purgatory But Critical Theory Will Have It Reinstated

R. Scott Clark, professor of church history at Westminster Seminary California in Escondido, California, told Campus Reform that “Dr. Thompson calls Lutherans to repent for ‘systemic racism’ and takes for granted that we should all accept this new, rather radical redefinition of racism which, in her account, entails a new, decided un-Lutheran definition of repentance.” Continue reading →