On Post-Biblical Protestant Evangelicalism, Pt. 2

  See last week's post on "Post-Biblical Protestantism" if you need some context I posted a brief essay last week focusing on the obvious neglect of the Bible in many contemporary worship services. In that post I made one particular comment that was probably unclear to readers not trained in historical theology. Regarding worship services … Continue reading On Post-Biblical Protestant Evangelicalism, Pt. 2

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Reclaiming Sacred Scripture as Sacred “Script”

Without the printing press, the protestant reformation might never have gotten off the ground - at least not so quickly and with such geographical reach. This observation has been made by many scholars over many years. No doubt, the press helped to disseminate reformation ideas far and wide in a short period of time. Likewise, the ability to … Continue reading Reclaiming Sacred Scripture as Sacred “Script”