Brad Littlejohn states that, "One of the most frequently-misunderstood Reformation doctrines is Luther’s assertion of the 'priesthood of all believers'" and gives an in-depth, historical look into this doctrine.
With the steady stream of books by and about C.S. Lewis—many of them aimed at North American evangelicals—now entering its ninth decade, one might wonder whether there is much of anything on the subject left to say.
Whatever our final conclusions about the death penalty may be, this sort of sloppy reasoning, which blurs standard categories like private and public, innocence and guilt, needs to be interrogated.
Few films have combined such artistic merits with such a searching and sympathetic portrayal of Christian faith.