Why Were the Reformers Burned?
The Reformers saw the doctrine of Transubstantion as heresy. But we have seen that the same charge applies to the doctrine of Theistic Evolution. We could well ask ourselves, as biblical creationists, the question: given similar circumstances as prevailed in England at the time, would we be prepared to resist, to the point of death, this long-age creation doctrine that pervades the Church today?
By Shaun Doyle
Originally published August, 2009
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Original article: Why Were the Reformers Burned?