I believe the Reformation does have value for those of us who aren't Reformed, including those who are believers in dispensationalism, free-grace, fundamentalist, and Baptist. The five "alones" of the Reformation are great expressions of truth, even if they aren't enough and even if later believers have added certain things.
Category: Ecclesiology (Study of the Church)
An introduction to the issue of the relationship of the Church to the New Covenant in Dispensationalism and some links to articles about the topic.
A brief reply to some comments from Albert Mohler about revivalism and the state of evangelism today in context with a discussion of the history of evangelicalism.
The Church of the Fundamentalists is the recently published work by Dr. Larry Oats, a long-time professor at Maranatha Baptist University. While Dr. Oats’s PhD is in Systematic Theology (I believe this is his dissertation in published form), the work demonstrated a hybrid focus on both historical theology and systematic theology in the historical contexts. … Continue reading A Book Review of “The Church of the Fundamentalists”