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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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A Pastoral Concern about Human Will
Redefining the relationship between nature and grace was at the forefront of Reformation theology, and...
Reformation Commentary | November 27, 2017
The Psalms Comprise the Entirety of Scripture
For most of the Reformers, as with much of the preceding exegetical tradition, the Psalms...
Reformation Commentary | November 20, 2017
God's Spirit Vivifies
As with most commentators in the Christian tradition, Martin Luther (1483-1546) finds the Trinity revealed...
Reformation Commentary | November 13, 2017
Believers Do Thirst for More Grace
Reflecting on Christ’s words to the Samaritan woman at the well, John Calvin (1509-1564) recognizes...
Reformation Commentary | November 6, 2017
The Heart of Christian Philosophy: We are God's
As Paul’s discourse in Romans turns to Christian ethics at the beginning of Chapter 12,...
Reformation Commentary | October 30, 2017