Historical Theology

Etymonline.com Historical early 15c., "of or pertaining to history, conveying information from the past," with -al (1) + Latin historicus "of history, historical," from Greek historikos "historical; of or for inquiry," from historia (see history). For sense differentiation, see historic. Meaning "narrated or mentioned in history" (as opposed to what is fiction or legend) is from 1843. Related: Historically. Theology mid-14c., "the science of religion, study … Continue reading Historical Theology


What is liturgy? Dictionary.com noun, plural liturgies. 1. a form of public worship; ritual. 2. a collection of formularies for public worship. 3. a particular arrangement of services. 4. a particular form or type of the Eucharistic service. 5. the service of the Eucharist, especially this service (Divine Liturgy) in the Eastern Church. Etymonline.com 1550s, … Continue reading Liturgy


The 5 solas of the Protestant Reformation are originally written in Latin and each indicate an aspect in the Christian faith with the world "alone" attached, or "sola". In my previous post, I addressed the topics of indulgence and salvation as it relates to the Catholic church and the Protestant Reformation. If you have not … Continue reading Sola