Handling the Word: Bibliolatry in Islam and Reformed Christianity

What’s the difference between the Islamic and historic Christian doctrines of revelation? Is the Islamic doctrine properly called bibliolatry? If so, what does that say about the Reformed doctrine of the Bible that increasingly looks like the Islamic doctrine of the Qur’an?

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Martin Luther, Freedom of Conscience, and The Bondage of the Will

Martin Luther’s The Bondage of the Will was considered even by Luther himself to be one of his greatest works of theology, as it established the biblical and logical basis for his most treasured doctrine—justification by faith alone, and, contributing to its continued popularity, it does so with all of Luther’s characteristic, and entertaining, thunder […]

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Universal Expiation, Definite Atonement: Did Jesus Die for the Sins of All People?

Many Bible texts indicate that Jesus died for all people. Should this impact our doctrine of atonement? And if Jesus died for all, why are all not saved?

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