Why the Reformation Isn’t Over
Why is being protestant so important at a local church level? The reformation at its heart was pastoral protest regulated by the word of God. The practical difference today is the centrality of the cross, the word of God, assurance for the believer, and pastoral care within the structure and identity of local churches.
Dr. Carl R. Trueman is Paul Woolley Professor of Church History at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He is author of The Real Scandal of the Evangelical Mind and The Creedal Imperative.