Just a quick Historical Minute about the Lord’s Supper. Some except from Oswald Myconius and what he thought about Luther’s attacks upon the Reformed position on the Lord’s Supper. A nice picture into the important subjects that are contained in the Lord’s Supper debate.
Matthew Zell and Wolfgang Capito had a life changing exchange of letters. Capito knew the intellectual truth, but needed to be emotionally invested. And thanks be to God, he changed.
Just a brief reminder of all that has been rediscovered in the Reformation especially the word preached.
On November 13, 1618 the Synod of Dort opened, a truly Reformed Ecumenical Council.
Some thoughts about the Massacre of the French Reformed that happened August 24, 1572.
Submit yourselves to God. Martin Luther did it this day in 1521, let us follow that example today.
Some thoughts on the anniversary of the Massacre of St. Bartholomew’s Day.
Some more thoughts from French Reformed Church History.
The French Reformed Church:
Put not your trust in princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no help. – Psalm 146:3
Remembering the Protestation of 1741 and one of the signers: John Thomson.