Here We Stand consists of a series of essays commemorating the five hundredth anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. The Reformation changed the entire landscape of Europe, even from a political, social, and economic point of view. But more than that, the Reformation was a religious event that changed conditions in the church institute for the good of the church universal—something we can give thanks for even five hundred years later.
As we approach the time of year when we again celebrate the Reformation, take up this book and read, and be thankful for what God did for his church through the reformers. Essays include…
- What was the Reformation? A Struggle to Enjoy the Assurance of Salvation
- The Reformation’s Return to Sola Scriptura
- The Church Finds Her Voice Again: The Reformation Doctrine of the Priesthood of All Believers (God’s Renewed Answer to a 3,500-Year-Old Prayer)
- The Reformation’s Recovery of Right Worship