The sketches in this book strive to show that the Reformation remains vitally important for Christians today. Reformers and preachers of the sixteenth century were the best educated, most godly, and most faithful group of leaders the church has ever seen. In a remarkable way they combined commitment, learning and orthodoxy. In this book, Martin Luther and John Calvin received most of Dr. W. Robert Godfrey's attention, but he also treats Philip Melancthon, Peter Martyr Vermigli, the Heidelberg Catechism and the Canons of Dort.
Martin Luther Resource Collection
In April of 1521, Martin Luther took his stand at the Diet of Worms and declared that his conscience was captive to the Word of God alone. This resource collection highlights the significance of Luther’s unwavering devotion to Scripture five hundred years later and examines the absolute authority of the Bible for faith and life.