The Barmen Declaration

November 19, 2014
In 1933, the national synod of the German Protestant churches endorsed the Nazi party. The churches unified into a new organization called the German Evangelical Church, which was known colloquially as the Reichskirche, or the "Reich Church." In response, a group of theologians and churchmen formed what they called the Confessing Church. One of the key

The Heidelberg Theses with Carl Trueman

November 12, 2014
Stephen J. Nichols: We are again visiting with our friend Dr. Carl Trueman. We had previously left him on a deserted island, but we'll try to be a little more kind to him this time. We're going to talk about our mutual distant friend, Martin Luther. One of Luther's crucial texts is known as the Twenty-Eight

Bride of the Reformation

November 5, 2014
Last time we were celebrating the Reformation. And it's such a great event—why just limit ourselves to one week? So let's go back and spend some more time with the Reformation. This week we're going to be looking at a lady by the name of Wibrandis Rosenblatt. Now she has come to be called the bride

Happy Reformation Day!

October 29, 2014
Stephen J. Nichols: October 31, 1517, is the day we mark as the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, so every year we celebrate Reformation Day on October 31. To help us celebrate, we have a special guest joining us—Dr. R.C. Sproul. Welcome back, Dr. Sproul. R.C. Sproul: Thank you, Dr. Nichols. SN: Let’s start with the contemporary
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