Why The Reformation Matters Today
The Protestant Reformation began 500 years ago to the day when a German monk named Martin Luther posted 95 propositions for theological debate in Latin on the theologians’ notice board in the town of Wittenberg. What relevance could that possibly have to us today? Find out here.
The Puritan Family
Puritan family life remained upright and secure through the many trials they faced from death to sickness. How did they remain faithful to God through these trials? They based their living on the word of God, they shared a worthy goal, they shared true love and they respected an honourable structure. View this page to learn more, hear Oliver’s lecture and read the articles.
Are you from a humble, disadvantaged, secular background where there was no interest in spiritual things? Are such people beyond hope? John Warburton’s story of glorious redemption and fruitful ministry gives a clear, emphatic and most encouraging answer!
John Bradford was a brave reformation martyr that loved God’s Word and preached it powerfully. Listen to this lecture by Oliver Allmand-Smith titled ‘John Bradford- the Manchester Martyr’ to learn how God used this man for the building up and reformation of his church.
Oliver Allmand-Smith addresses the Grace Baptist Assembly with the remarkable life-story of Manchester Minister William Gadsby, who overcame severe poverty and many other disadvantages to become regarded by his contemporaries as a gifted preacher.
The Reformed Baptist's, Where Did They Come From and What Can We Learn?
The Reformed Baptists emerged from the protestant reformation, but then what? Read this article which doesn’t just explain origins, but also brings us lessons we can learn from the emergence of the Particular Baptists.