The Heritage of the Reformation for the Present Time


The Heritage of the Reformation is essential to our present time. Former Dominican Priest, Richard Bennett presents this heritage with fervor If you want revival, you ought to first seek the principles of Scripture as rediscovered at the Reformation.  If personally, and in your church, you return to the foundational authority of Scripture alone, deeply experience grace alone through faith alone, and comprehend all blessing in Jesus Christ alone, then indeed, you will live proclaiming all glory and praise to the Lord God alone!  
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Sola Scriptura and the Early Church

By William Webster The 16th century Reformation was responsible for restoring to the church the principle of sola Scriptura, a principle that had been operative within the church from the very beginning of the post apostolic age. Initially the apostles taught orally but with the close of the apostolic age, all special revelation that God Read More

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Systematic Murder of Believers The Untold History of the Inquisition

Most people at the present time have some knowledge of the Holocaust, the six years of unspeakable horror and suffering to which the Jewish people were subjected under Hitler and the Nazis during the Second World War. Few, however, are aware of the atrocities of systematized torture and murder of Bible-believing Christians and Jews that Read More

The Authentic Early Church

The topic of who the early believers were, where they lived, and just what they taught is very important. We have great examples, specifically the Vaudois and Waldenses up to the pre-Reformation believers. Pastor W. J. Mencarow and Richard Bennett clearly document the actual historical facts.

Historical facts from the Reformation to Modern times


History is of supreme importance as it is the storehouse of lessons comprehended from the past. Pastor W. J. Mencarow along with Richard Bennett clearly document the actual historical facts of following the Reformation. Since the Papacy has not only attempted to reverse the influence of the Reformation, but also to rewrite history, it is imperative to know the established facts of history.

Will we Remember the Reformers

Was the Reformation a Mistake