Posts from October 2019

5 Items

What’s Wrong With A Theology Of Glory?

by Ryan Kron

R. Scott Clark writes: “At the 1518 Heidelberg Disputation (academic presentation), Martin Luther (1483–1546), the father of the Protestant Reformation, as he was coming to his Protestant convictions, argued: “One is not worthy to be called a theologian who looks upon the ‘invisible things of God’ [Rom. 1:20] as though they were clearly ‘perceptible in those […]

Persecution in Turkey – From Polycarp to Fikret Böcek

by Ryan Kron

by Simonetta Carr June 14, 2018 “If it’s true, as the ancient Tertullian said, that “the blood of martyrs is the seed of the church,” much seed has been sown on Turkish soil, from the 2nd-century martyrdom of Polycarp to the massacre of Christian Armenians in 1915 (where 1.5 million Armenians lost their lives). And […]