In two years it will be the 400th year since the small group of English Puritan dissenters left Leiden, Holland, for the uncertainties of the American wilderness. Here are four reasons why the Pilgrims moved away from comfortable homes to settle in an unknown world.Read More
You may have seen the phrases on t-shirts and tattoos, heard pastors mention them when preaching, or come across them in your readings: the five “alones” (or most commonly “the five solas” in Latin) of Protestant Christianity. How did these five basic Christian beliefs originate, and what do they mean?Read More
When Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses to the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, in October of 1517, he did not consider himself a Protestant, but rather a Roman Catholic seeking conversation and reform concerning the abusive selling of indulgences. Here are ten facts about the Reformation you need to know.