What does it mean that the church is always being reformed? This question is integrally related to other questions about sin and grace, and authority and Scripture. To reflect on these issues that are relevant to faith and spiritual life, we must consider the Protestant Reformation and its continuing ramifications.
Michael Allen (Ph.D., Wheaton College) is adjunct professor of theology at Knox Theological Seminary and Wheaton College. He has written The Christ's Faith: A Dogmatic Account (T & T Clark Studies in Systematic Theology; London: T & T Clark, 2009) and Reformed Theology (London: T & T Clark, forthcoming).
Issue: "Choosing Grace" Jan./Feb. 2012 Vol. 21 No. 1 Page number(s): 26-
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