Tag: Protestantism

  • Why Protestants Convert, Pt. 5: A Way Forward

    Why Protestants Convert, Pt. 5: A Way Forward

    People have more than one reason (whether they know it or not) for changing their religious commitments. Conversion is usually a multilayered process. In this series, we have examined the (1) psychological, (2) theological, and (3) sociological dimensions of conversion.

  • Why Protestants Convert, Pt. 4: The Sociology of Conversion

    Why Protestants Convert, Pt. 4: The Sociology of Conversion

    Why do Protestants convert? The answer, as we’ve seen in our posts this fall, is complicated. It cannot be reduced to simple slogans or polemical talking points, and it calls for serious self-examination among Protestants

  • Why Protestants Convert, Pt. 2: The Psychology of Conversion

    Why Protestants Convert, Pt. 2: The Psychology of Conversion

    In understanding the draw of young evangelicals toward Rome, the proper place to start is where most conversions begin: in the soul.

  • Why Protestants Convert, Pt. 1: Conversionitis

    Why Protestants Convert, Pt. 1: Conversionitis

    Twenty-four years ago, at the opening of his classic work The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind, Mark Noll acidly remarked that “the scandal of the evangelical mind is that there is not much of an evangelical mind.” Since that time, there have been plenty of signs of hope and improvement.

  • The Bible and the Religion of Protestants

    The Bible and the Religion of Protestants

    “The Bible, I say, the Bible only is the religion of Protestants.” So wrote English Protestant apologist William Chillingworth in 1637, but the same words might just as well have been written in 1537 or 1937.

  • People of the Promise – Buy Your Copy Today!

    People of the Promise – Buy Your Copy Today!

    As we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, many Protestants, whether in the pews, the pulpit, or the academy, are apt to feel a bit uncertain about just how enthusiastically they can celebrate the Protestant doctrine of the church. After all, isn’t this doctrine the weakest link in Protestant theology, as modern-day Catholic apologists […]

  • Brad Littlejohn Presents the Vision for Davenant House

    Brad Littlejohn Presents the Vision for Davenant House

    In this new video, Davenant President Brad Littlejohn explains the vision for our Davenant House study center and summer programs, which this year will be taught by Dr. Alastair Roberts. With Protestantism celebrating her 500th birthday this year, what should be a celebration has become for many instead an occasion for worried introspection. How much life […]