Ninety days of open-Bible devotionals with famous Reformers including Luther and Calvin. Includes space for journaling.
Let Calvin, Luther, Bullinger and Cranmer sit alongside you as you open up your Bible day by day. The writings of these Reformers have been edited, and in parts translated, by Dr Lee Gatiss. Each day includes helpful questions and prompts to apply the Reformers' insights to your life and bring the Reformation to life in your own devotional walk with God.
2017 is the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. Explore with the Reformers includes brief biographies of John Calvin, Martin Luther, Heinrich Bullinger and Thomas Cranmer.
Enjoy the treasures of Genesis, the Psalms, Galatians, the Ten Commandments, and more.
Special offer: receive a free poster of the Five Solas when you buy this devotional, or when you buy These truths alone - a 6-session Bible study for small groups exploring why the 5 solas are essential for our faith today.
|Dimensions||165mm x 235mm x 30mm|
|Publisher||The Good Book Company|
In an age when modern devotionals have been published at an exponential rate, untold riches still lie untapped in the commentary, sermons, and devotional writing of our great forbears. This work makes some of the most spiritually penetrating material of the past accessible to readers today. Don’t miss this!
The Protestant Reformers were primarily Bible scholars who wanted the sacred text to transform the church of their day through their preaching and teaching of it. Much of what they said remains relevant to us today and there is no better way to celebrate their legacy than by sharing in the spiritual impetus that gave their work such great and enduring power.
When I need help understanding the Bible, I turn to the Reformers. Their interpretations are relentlessly faithful, their insights profoundly pastoral, and their theology unfailingly biblical. For those reasons, don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to read the Bible with Calvin, Luther, Bullinger & Cranmer. With the Holy Spirit’s help, you will certainly walk away in awe of God and his gospel.