Martin Luther on The Church Father and Biblical Interpretation 

Taken from Martin Luther's Table Talk, p 352 May 7, 1539 No 4567 There was talk on May 7 about the clarity of the Scriptures in this age, though in former times much had been written and read but little understood. He [Martin Luther] replied, “Surely a great light has gone up, for we understand … Continue reading Martin Luther on The Church Father and Biblical Interpretation 

The Fathers Aren’t What They May Seem

Who were the Fathers? I was listening to a discussion on Jason Stellman (the apostate PCA minister). One of the issues he mentions in his conversation is that after he had been researching different Protestant doctrines and challenged on them, he was then "ambushed" by the Fathers. I pictured the scene from the movie Braveheart where … Continue reading The Fathers Aren’t What They May Seem

Where Calvin Differs With the Fathers

Wherefore, let no one be perplexed because ancient writers labor to distinguish the one from the other. Their views ought not to be in such esteem with us as to shake the certainty of Scripture. For who would listen to Chrysostom denying that remission of sins was included in the baptism of John (Hom. in … Continue reading Where Calvin Differs With the Fathers