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The problem of evil with Dr. Lutzer

Dr Lutzer in Germany

Below is a video from a previous Reformation Tour to Europe with Dr. Erwin Lutzer of Moody Bible Church. Here, Dr. Lutzer talks about what our response as Christians should be to why God allows evil in the world. Video Transcript: Rhonda: (I’m) with Dr. Erwin Lutzer in Prague and Dr. Lutzer gave a fantastic…

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The True Repentance of a Reformation Martyr

Reformation Father Thomas Cranmer

When is it too late to repent? That was the question that faced the dishonored and imprisoned, former Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer. The Reformation movement had shaken all of Europe throughout the 1500’s, and nowhere could its effects be seen more clearly than in England. Through the work of men like William Tyndale, new…

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How Jan Hus Ignited Christian Reformation in Europe

Jan Hus Czech Christian Reformer

Learn how Jan Hus forged the way for the Protestant Reformation in Europe. “…be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life.” – Revelation 2:10 Throughout the turbulent years of the Protestant Reformation, persecution found new footing as the Catholic church sought to suppress the new theology. One of the…

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5 Top Reasons Switzerland is a Hot Reformation Teaching Site

Zurich on Reformation tour

Switzerland and the Reformation  The Swiss Reformation began in 1519 with the sermons of Ulrich Zwingli, whose teachings largely paralleled Luther’s. Geneva, Switzerland soon became a hotbed for Protestant exiles. In 1541 John Calvin, who had spent the previous decade in exile writing his Institutes of the Christian Religion, was invited to settle in Geneva…

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How does John Calvin Fit into the Reformation?

John Calvin on Refomation tour

John Calvin’s Rise and Impact Nineteen years after Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to the door of a Catholic church in Germany, John Calvin was asked to become a leader of the Protestant movement in Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Erwin Lutzer writes in his book, Rescuing the Gospel, “Calvin had gone to Geneva to escape…

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