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How did a metal laxative aid the English Reformation?

In 1440 Johannes Gutenberg, a German blacksmith, introduced the printing press to Europe. He used printing ‘types’ for the first time to produce crisp clear letters and documents. 636 more words


The Four Major Questions the Reformation Answered in a New Way

Last year was a landmark year for Protestant Christians. People from all over the world gathered in big groups and small groups and everything in between to recognize the achievements of the Reformation. 336 more words


Jesus Prays for His Disciples


“I have manifested your name to the people whom you gave me out of the world. Yours they were, and you gave them to me, and they have kept your word.  673 more words


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Why did the Reformation liberate whole nations from political tyranny?

The Sixteenth Century Reformation began as a spiritual movement in the heart of a university professor. 577 more words


The Next Reformation?

I’m going to go out on a limb here.  What if Donald Trump is like a modern day Martin Luther?  What if the message he is putting in the world (mistrust, fear, isolation, dispassionate individualism) is the dawn of an entirely new era in Western civilization?  878 more words


Martin Luther: Postage Stamps

As part of the commemoration last year of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his 95 Theses, our churches in county Down put together an illustrated exhibition on the history of the Reformation from 1517. 254 more words