Now I saw in my dream, that by this time the Pilgrims were got over the Enchanted Ground, and entering into the country of Beulah, whose air was very sweet and pleasant, the way lying directly through it, they solaced themselves there for a season.
On leaving the fellowship and the peace of the Palace Beautiful, the pilgrim’s path now led Christian down a steep slope into a landscape dominated by two difficult and treacherous places named The Valley of Humiliation and The Valley of the Shadow of Death.
GRACE ABUNDANT TO THE CHIEF OF SINNERS Seventeenth Century, English Baptist Preacher, John Bunyan, made his mark on history chiefly because of his book commonly called, “Pilgrim's Progress”. Despite receiving no formal education John Bunyan was a most prodigious author with his personal testimony, “Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners” and “The Holy War”... Continue Reading →
Series of presentations charting the conflict and the struggle to preserve the Reformation settlement in Britain.
Challenging the drive for Church integration on Luther's 500th Anniversary. Should the Reformation be a cause for mourning or celebration?
The Englishman 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 by... Continue Reading →
3 The Sword and Crown The Heroes and Martyrs of the English Reformation The story of the English Reformation plays a key role in helping us understand what Protestantism is. It is the story of how the English speaking people received their Bible. We learn about scholarly leaders, of principled martyrs and of cruel persecutions. The... Continue Reading →