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When your hero is not John Piper

OK, so it’s a provocative heading. It’s based on the title of this article. I’ve got nothing against John Piper. I’d be hesitant to describe his preaching as a ‘monumental event’ but if Facebook promotion is anything to go by, he’s been helpful to stacks of people in our day […]

Phoebe Palmer

We looked at Phoebe Palmer in History of Evangelicalism this week. I’ve come across her before but the lecture gave me reason to read a bit more on one of the most prominent Christian women of the nineteenth century. Authoring 18 books, editing a leading Christian magazine and preaching on […]

Reformation in context today

This is the project I submitted for our recent study tour.  It’s a survey of some of the museums and monuments that we visited, from Germany to Switzerland, Luther to Calvin.  I had a lot of fun with it.  Enjoy! Reformation in Context Today: a historiography of Reformation sites in […]