The Reformers were united in their belief that the Bible alone teaches all that is necessary for salvation and Christian living.
FTC.co asks John Mark Yeats, Dean of Students and Professor of Church History at MBTS, “If someone wanted to jump into studying church history, where would be a good place to start?”
Corrie traveled the world sharing her story and the lessons she had learned: God’s love is stronger that the deepest darkness; God’s love is victorious over hatred.
Philip Melanchthon’s life, gifts, writings, and relationships provide a worthy example for modern-day ministers who find themselves “in the shadows” of the ministry of another.
FTC.co asks Adam McClendon, Professor in the School of Divinity and Director of the D.Min. program at Liberty Universtiy, "Can the church 're-create' the early church?"
FTC.co asks Jared C. Wilson, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry at Spurgeon College and Author in Residence at MBTS, "How should we think about the sins of our heroes from church history?"
For evangelicals, the enduring relevance of Patrick of Ireland lies in a sacrificial heart motivated by the Great Commission and burdened for the lost.
Luther was God’s wrecking ball. He was God’s appointed servant for such a time as the Protestant Reformation.
It is good and right also to consider the impact of a group of praying students, heirs of Wittenberg themselves, on the modern missions movement of global gospel proclamation.
On first looking into Spurgeon’s sermons, I have found joy and awe in the work of Spurgeon, the man, but also in the work of Spurgeon’s God.