Various aspects of Protestantism, including but not limited to views on salvation, Bible versions, history, and denominations.
True Christianity seeks to ensure that all Christian teaching (doctrine) and Christian living is in agreement with Scripture (the Bible). The Protestant Reformation came about with this purpose in mind… an attempt – by many Catholic priests, monks and other Catholics – to reform (correct) the Catholic church to be in line with bible teachings. This is where the expression “Sola Scripturea” comes from – which is Latin for Scripture Alone. The teachers and preachers who grew of out this “protestant” movement were protesting against many serious religious issues of their time:
- First and foremost: false teachings about salvation
- False teachings about God, Mary, Jesus and man’s own spiritual condition
- Serious abuses of power in the Catholic leadership
- Morally corrupt church leaders
Reference books about Protestantism, the Protestant Reformation and reformed theology.
Creeds, Confessions & Catechisms
Major documents and tenets of the Christian faith and Protestant Reformation.
Information explaining the beliefs and differences of various Protestant sects and denominations.
Protestant Preachers & Teachers
Famous or well known protestant preachers, teachers and bible scholars, mostly from the past including the Puritans as well as John Gill, Charles Spurgeon, Arthur W. Pink and many others.
Protestant martyrs killed for their faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Articles about different (true and false) views of God’s plan of salvation among Protestant denominations.
Christ Died For The Ungodly
by Horatius Bonar
The divine testimony concerning man is, that he is a sinner. God bears witness against him, not for him; and testifies that "there is none righteous, no, not one"; that there is "none that doeth good"; none "that understandeth"; none that even seeks after God, and, still more, none that loves Him (Psa. 14:1-3; Rom. 3:10-12). God speaks of man kindly, but severely; as one yearning over a lost child, yet as one who will make no terms with sin, and will "by no means clear the guilty." <continued>