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Justification & Merit

My Reformation Study Bible, ed. by R.C. Sproul, Sr., (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 1995) articulates the basics of the Christian doctrines of “Justification and Merit” (p. 1852) (which also pertains to “Salvation.”) Therein it notes: The doctrine of justification, the stormcenter of the Reformation, was for Paul the heart of the gospel (Rom. 1:17; 3:21-5:21; Gat. […]

‘The Anti-History of Free Trade Ideology’

“The Anti-History of Free Trade Ideology” by William R. Hawkins This statement by Friedrich List in his 1844 book The National System of Political Economy sets out the basic difference in assumption about the way the world works held by free traders and nationalists. While free traders such as the French economist Jean-Baptiste Say, author […]

God’s Servant: Archbishop Thomas Cranmer

by Ryan Setliff Thomas Cranmer, serving as Archbishop of Canterbury, played a pivotal role in the English Reformation of the church. When he first heard news about his appointment while away in continental Europe, he shrugged off the notion, even delaying his return in hopes an impatient Henry VIII would appoint another party. His initial […]