Justification and “deeds of the law”

How far do our works lead to our justification? Are our works the grounds of our justification? RC Sproul clears this one up.

Who are the Christians?

The video below asks whether Catholics are Christians but really, in its answer, says something much wider about who is a Christian at all, whether

Why, tonight, we will remember the Reformation

Today we will be holding our annual Light Party (still room if you want to come!) Instead of celebrating Halloween, we concern ourselves with something

What was at stake in the Reformation?

I regularly get asked – either by Muslims or by Catholics themselves – what are the major differences between Catholics and Protestants? Asked another way,

Pope Francis’ call for a new translation of the Lord’s Prayer has wide theological problems

It has been reported that Pope Francis wants to change the wording of the Lord’s Prayer. Specifically, he is unhappy about the line, ‘lead us

Purgatory steals Christ’s glory

Mike Reeves explains why purgatory is both unbiblical and steals God’s glory. At stake is no less than the value of the sacrifice of Christ

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