Semper Reformanda

This sketch features the Protestant Reformer, Martin Luther, with an expression of disapproval overlooking Anglican scholar N.T. Wright’s book on justification.

The coffee cup displays the Latin expression “Sola Fide” which means that we are justified through faith alone.  The caption, “Semper Reformada” was part of the mantra of the Reformation declaring that the church must always be reforming. In order to preserve the “faith once for all delivered to the saints,” believers must continually guard their faith and practice.

Dr. John Piper has written a response to Wright’s book that can be accessed here. Southern Seminary hosted a panel discussion recently about Wright’s work that can be seen here.