Round Table on the Reformation

Josh Buice

A few weeks ago during the G3 Conference, I sat down with Steven Lawson and Tim Challies to talk about the Reformation.  Next year will mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.  As we consider this important and historic mark, we should likewise examine the Reformation and ask some important questions.  As we sat down together, I placed some questions on the table.  As you can see below, I’ve also provided a list of questions and the mark during the discussion so that you can go directly to a specific topic in the discussion.

List of Questions and Time Markers:

  1.  Was the idea of Sola Scriptura the main issue of the Reformation and is that the main issue of our present day? – [0:00]
  2. Is the Reformation over? – [5:30]
  3. Who is the greatest theologian of the Reformation? – [7:44]
  4. Who is the greatest preacher of the Reformation? – [10:10]
  5. There’s a movement among many younger preachers who seem to be avoiding the title preacher.  Would Calvin have been avoiding the title of preacher?[13:00]
  6. Tim Challies, what counsel would you provide to younger men (mid 30s) who are trying not to be so preachy? [15:37]
  7. The word “preach” is defined and discussed. – [16:16]
  8. Regarding the New Calvinism, do you think this movement will be looked upon in 100 years through a favorable eye? – [19:50]

You can make your plans to join us for the 2017 G3 Conference (January 19-21) in Atlanta, GA.  The theme will be – The Reformation 500.  Registration will open soon at www.G3Conference.com.

Author Round Table on the Reformation

Josh Buice

Pastor Pray's Mill Baptist Church

Josh Buice is the founder and president of G3 Ministries and serves as the pastor of Pray's Mill Baptist Church on the westside of Atlanta. He enjoys theology, preaching, church history, and has a firm commitment to the local church. He also enjoys many sports and the outdoors including long distance running and high country hunting. He has been writing on Delivered by Grace since he was in seminary and it has expanded with a large readership through the years.