John Calvin's exposition of Galatians 2:15–16 proclaims there is 'no salvation whatsoever outside of Jesus Christ, for he is the beginning and the end of faith, and he is all in all.'
Jonathan Edwards outlines a theology of grace in this essay.
Thomas Goodwin expounds Ephesians 2 an other New Testament passages to show that 'grace is the main thing of the gospel'.
We asked Dane Ortlund how to guard against our quiet times becoming and empty habit or meaningless ritual.
Dan Hames asks Graham Tomlin about Luther's famous distinction between 'law' and 'gospel', and they touch on the New Perspective's reading of Luther.
Emma Scrivener shares some of her experiences with an eating disorder, its effects on her, and the power of vulnerability.
Michael Reeves and Tim Chester explain the Reformers' doctrine of the grace of God in this extract from their book, 'Wy the Reformation Still Matters'.
Mike Reeves compares the Roman Catholic and evangelical understandings of God's grace – and shows how we can too easily get muddled.
Dan Hames quizzes Mike Reeves about 'Why the Reformation Still Matters', his book co-authored with Tim Chester.
Steffen Jenkins shows how Psalm 1, the Babylonian deportation, and Jesus the Righteous One speak into the difficulties of Covid-19 lockdown.