Is the Reformation Over?

Reformation in Work and Everyday Life

November 19, 2017 • Benny Riley

A Theological Revolution

Reformed Confessions, Part 2 • November 12, 2017 • Benny Riley

A Theological Revolution

Reformed Confessions, Part 1 • November 5, 2017 • Jimmy Fetterly

Reformation in Worship: Hymnody

October 15, 2017 • Keith Phillips

Reformation in Worship: Preaching

October 8, 2017 • Keith Phillips

Reformation in Worship: Sacraments

October 1, 2017 • Jimmy Fetterly

The Manifesto of the Protestant Reformation

The Bondage of the Will • September 24, 2017 • Benny Riley

Spare Everything Except the Word

September 17, 2017 • Jimmy Fetterly

After Darkness, Light

September 10, 2017 • James Henrich

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Class Description

Is the Reformation over? Why does the Reformation matter? Martin Luther, John Calvin and other reformers intended for the Reformation to be an ongoing, lasting project, hence the slogan, semper Reformanda, which is translated, “always being reformed” (by the standard of God’s Word). By this, the Reformation is not a movement that looks forward to some distant and uncharted horizon. Rather, it is a continual, spiritual movement that ardently looks back to the Bible. To be sure, much has changed over the past 500 years, from the time that a neurotic monk nailed his 95 theses to the doors of the Wittenberg Church. Still, the Bible Church of Little Rock would be well served to rediscover many of the historical, biblical, and theological hallmarks that defined the 16th century Protestant Reformation. This 12-week study will thus seek to demonstrate why the reformation, indeed, matters and how reformed thought and practice can, likewise, renew and reinvigorate our lives, our homes, our vocations, our nation, our church, and, most importantly, our worship. Beginning September 10th. Taught by Jimmy Fetterly, James Henrich, Keith Phillips, & Benny Riley.