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Miserably and Lamentably Stripped: A Found Poem (Holy Week)
One of the most important Austrian poets of the Baroque period, Catharina...
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The Reformation Commentary on Scripture is a series published by IVP Academic intended to recover the wealth of biblical commentary during the time of the Reformation. The series is edited by Timothy George and Scott Manetsch, and it will eventually cover all the books of the bible.
Sapientia has partnered with IVP Academic to bring some of this wealth to you on a weekly basis. Read these snippets and learn more not only about the Reformation and its reformers, but also Holy Scripture.
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In Suffering God Seems Absent But Still The Holy Spirit Works In Us
John Knox (1513-1572) was the chief architect in the reformation of the church in Scotland. ...
Henry Center | May 29, 2017
Fruitfulness Comes through Death
As Christ’s hour of glorification approaches, Martin Bucer (1491-1551) in his Commentary on John sees the coming...
Henry Center | May 22, 2017
Rules for Dancing
In considering the often contentious matter of dancing, Martin Bucer (1491-1551) in his De Regno Christi demonstrates...
Henry Center | May 15, 2017
Christ Places Himself Under the Law to Redeem Us from It
For Martin Bucer (1491-1551), Christ’s circumcision demonstrates his subjection to the law as he notes...
Henry Center | May 8, 2017
Ministers Must Diligently Seek Lost People
While many assume that evangelism was an afterthought during the Reformation, Martin Bucer (1491-1551), the...
Reformation Commentary | May 1, 2017