“Is the Reformation Over? A Statement of Evangelical Convictions”

I’m very grateful for the work of Leonardo De Chirico, Gregg Allison, Michael Reeves, andref-init the others at Reformanda Initiative for their work in spreading the Gospel of salvation by God’s grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone and for educating evangelicals regarding Roman Catholicism.

On Monday, the 499th anniversary of the Reformation, representatives of the Catholic church and liberal Lutheranism signed a declaration of unity. It’s been Rome’s mission to recover the “separated brethren” since Vatican II.

Yesterday (Nov. 1), Reformanda Initiative released its statement, “Is the Reformation Over? A Statement of Evangelical Convictions,” which differentiates between the Gospel of grace and Rome’s gospel of sacramental grace and merit. The statement has been signed by some 70 pastors, scholars, missionaries and apologists as well as many others.

If you are interested in reading the statement and signing it yourself, please see below:

“Is the Reformation Over? A Statement of Evangelical Convictions”

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