John Wycliffe; The 14th Century Brexiteeer

The English Man Crouching at Luther’s Feet  In the German city of Worms, the scene of Luther’s bold defence before Charles 5th, The Holy Roman Emperor, stands one of the world’s finest memorials to the Reformation. While this monument reflects the politics of the movement, it is fitting that the theology should be central. Flanked... Continue Reading →

THE ARCHBISHOP AND THE PRESBYTERIAN

A Puritan Parable Archbishop Ussher had long wished for the opportunity to meet with Samuel Rutherford, the Scottish Presbyterian preacher. He reckoned that the Scot would not entertain him because he was an Episcopalian Bishop. Therefore while travelling from Ireland through south west Scotland, en route to London, he called at the Manse in Anwoth... Continue Reading →

All Saints Day Message

This message, published on All Saints Day 2016, looks at the history of this day in the Christian Calendar and how it influenced the Protestant Reformation 499 years ago.

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