While working as a tutor, Tyndale came to the conclusion that he should be the one to bring Scripture to the English people. Photos courtesy of Christian History Magazine. Introduction Until the time of Erasmus and then later Tyndale, Bible literacy in England was void and England was a dark place. Church historian W. J. … Continue reading A Comparative Study of Desiderius Erasmus and William Tyndale
In this article, I would like to talk to you about identity—who we perceive ourselves to be, who we are, and who we are becoming. As Christians, this is of foremost importance for it is at the nucleus of our being. Everything we will do in our life, the path we follow and the journey … Continue reading Identity
Many recognize that is it God’s divine grace, His unmerited favor, that makes redemption of humanity possible through the Son, Jesus Christ. However, it must also be recognized that it is God’s divine grace working throughout the redemptive process of sanctification to transform us into the image of Christ bringing newness of life to every … Continue reading How Does Divine Grace Translate into a Changed Life?
Muslims were on my street corner last week waving banners that read "Muhammad is the true prophet of God." They were shouting out at cars and stopping traffic calling Christians to denounce Jesus Christ. Also last week, Muslims protested in a small Texas town proclaiming their allegiance to the Quran and stating that the federal … Continue reading Muslims On My Street