Gospel Meditations on the Reformation [PDF Digital Download]


October 31, 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s posting of his 95 Theses and the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. In honor of this occasion, we have published a new book with 31 daily devotionals, taken from Scripture but illustrated with scenes from Reformation history. Noted historian Carl Trueman and theologian Andy Naselli join pastors Chris Anderson and Joe Tyrpak as contributing authors. This devotional will feed your mind and warm your heart. Most importantly, it will point you to Christ! Soli Deo Gloria!

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“Theologically rich, thoughtful, and historically rooted devotionals are a rare treat. This volume, which unfolds the theological commitments and pastoral heart of the Reformers, is a unique and enormously helpful devotional. As the Reformers reminded us, sound doctrine must always lead to true worship. My hope is that this devotional leads many Christians to encounter biblical truth in a fresh way.”

R. Albert Mohler, Jr., president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, host of the daily daily radio program The Briefing, and author of several books, including He is Not Silent and The Conviction to Lead

“This is brilliant. Easily accessible, but wonderfully rich.”

Phil Johnson, executive director of Grace to You

Gospel Meditations on the Reformation wonderfully meets a need for short but potent biblical reflections. The quality of these meditations is exceptional and the rich content is worthy of the Reformation that it honors. I cannot more highly recommend this devotional book, and I anticipate reading these selections over and again.”

Richard D. Phillips, senior minister of Second Presbyterian Church, Greenville, South Carolina, chairman of the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology, and co-editor of the Reformed Expository Commentary series

“What a great idea—a month of brief, daily devotional readings on the important themes of the Protestant Reformation! A delightful read for every Christian and a joy to recommend!”

Fred Zaspel, pastor of Reformed Baptist Church of Franconia, Pennsylvania, executive editor of Books At a Glance, and adjunct professor of Christian Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville

“Give a few minutes each day to reflect on the gospel truths for which the Reformers gave their lives! Don’t be surprised if this book affects a reformation in your life as you meditate on the glorious gospel!”

Matt Morrell, senior pastor of Fourth Baptist Church, Minneapolis, and president of Central Baptist Theological Seminary

“This year marks the 500th anniversary of the symbolic beginning of the Protestant Reformation. Now is the perfect time for every believer to reflect on the five ‘solas’ of the Reformation and what they mean for each of us who are united with Christ by grace through faith. This devotional is a wonderful way to do just that. Each entry is dripping with the same gospel that the Reformers labored so hard to recover, for the glory of God and the health of His church. With a nod to Augustine, who was beloved by so many of the Reformers, ‘take up and read!’”

Nathan A. Finn, dean of the School of Theology and Missions and professor of Christian Thought and Tradition at Union University, Jackson, Tennessee

“A timely guide to the practical application of the principles of the Protestant Reformation to everyday living. Helpful, personal, and surprising—a brief chapter a day.”

Edward Panosian, retired professor of Church History at Bob Jones University Seminary, Greenville, South Carolina, and lecturer in the DVD series Church History in First Person

“Few have so influenced my reading of Scripture like the sixteenth-century Reformers. They sing the gospel loud and clear, their melody is pervasively biblical, and their rich harmony lifts our eyes to the cross and empty tomb to see the glory of God. Gospel Meditations on the Reformation is not only an excellent opportunity to read Scripture with the Reformers, but a reminder to rejoice on a daily basis in the gospel they defended.”

Matthew Barrett, tutor of Systematic Theology and Church History at Oak Hill Theological College, London, executive editor of Credo Magazine, and editor of The 5 Solas Series

“Isaac Newton famously observed, ‘If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.’ These Gospel Meditations help us climb onto the shoulders of many of the giants of the Reformation, whose Spirit-given, Word-driven boldness and sacrifice have blessed the church for generations. Each day’s entry in this book is a door into further study, deeper gratitude, and greater praise to God for His gospel of grace that still saves, still shakes nations.”

Tim Keesee, executive director of Frontline Missions International and author of Dispatches from the Front: Stories of Gospel Advance in the World’s Difficult Places