The Great Doctrines of the Reformation

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The Reformation’s Greatest Doctrine – Galatians 1:11; October 22, 2017

The Protestant Reformation reprinted the church to the gospel, justification through Christ, the importance of faith. But the greatest hallmark and legacy of the Protestant Reformation is the gospel itself.


Written in stone – 2 Timothy 3:16-17; October 15, 2017

The Bible is the word of God. Unlike tradition or personal revelation, the Bible alone is the infallible truth of God concerning God’s gospel. While the Bible is full of practical wisdom, it isn’t primarily a guide to life. It’s a book about God, his glory, and his work of salvation for his people.


Do this in remembrance of me – Luke 22:14-20; October 8, 2017

At the Last Supper, Jesus took bread and wine, two elements that had been part of the Passover meal for generations, and tells his disciples to partake of those things in remembrance of him as they are his body and his blood. Jesus’ body was broken for our sins. His blood was shed for our sins.


Access – 1 Peter 2:9; October 1, 2017

Because Jesus is our ultimate, and perfect High Priest, who mediates between humanity and God, we are given access to God.