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Entries Tagged ‘Roman Catholicism’

Clarity Before Unity

["Clarity Before Unity" originally appeared in the Between the Times department in Modern Reformation's November/December 2004 issue. We're posting it now because in it we can hear directly from those inside the drive for evangelical and Roman Catholic cooperation, mostly recently manifested in the Manhattan Declaration.] On October 4th and 5th, Beeson Divinity School in […]

Of Declarations, Resolutions, and Theses

Now that R. C. Sproul, the elder statesman of Reformed theology in the U.S., has also come out against the Manhattan Declaration, a number of folks are offering explanations or observations about their role with or the import of the Declaration. Since both R.C. and Mike Horton have emphasized the close connection the current Declaration […]

There was a Reformation, you remember.

After a week away from the blog, it’s gratifying to come back to it with some much to write about! Later today we’ll take up the next installment of Wright Wednesdays and there’s another “issue” we’re contemplating, too! But first, let’s go to Bishop Martyn Minns of the newly formed Anglican Church in North America, […]

The Archbishop, the Reformation, and the Theology of the Cross

Our friends over at Mockingbird NYC posted a fantastic quote from Archbishop Rowan Williams’ book, The Wound of Knowledge, in which he draws a direct link between the Reformation’s rejection of the Roman Catholic Church’s claims to infallible authority and Luther’s Theology of the Cross. The Reformation put a question of the utmost gravity to […]