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Was England’s Reformation the first Brexit? Is Martin Luther the reason you can read? What did Reformation ever do for Shakespeare, nuns, Sheffield, and your peace of mind?
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Like the underwear? No, not Calvin Klein... Who? In the 1530s John Calvin developed a new theology that would later be ...Read More
The Worldwide Anglican and Reformed Churches both chose to mark the 500th anniversary of Luther's theses by endorsing an agreement written by ...Read More
LUTHER WHO? In 2017, the average household may know more about Idris Elba than the sixteenth-century reformer: MARTIN LUTHER. Born ...Read More
October 1517 is remembered in the popular imagination as the moment Luther posted his objections about church practice. Writing soon ...Read More
Talk about “Reformation” often reflects the speaker’s view. A 1617 cartoon shows Luther as powerful hero, using his pen to ...Read More
In the 1500s, English reformers set out to translate the words of God into English, so that everyone could read ...Read More
Is that some sort of dance? No, Ulrich Zwingli was one of the leading reformers in Switzerland at the beginning ...Read More
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