Rome and the Reformation
When the Protestant Reformation challenged the authority of the established church 500 years ago, it took on what had become the most powerful institution in the history of Western civilization. So how did the church become so powerful? Join John Bradshaw on location in Rome and learn how the Church of Rome rose to power, and how the Reformation changed it all. Features special guest Dr. Michael Hasel.
Here I Stand!
In Wittenberg, Germany, on October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the castle church and launched the movement known to history as the Protestant Reformation. The supremacy of the Bible, and the glorious truth of justification by faith in Jesus—Luther’s two great passions—would light a fire for the gospel that changed the world. Millions of searching hearts would find the grace and peace that had inspired this courageous monk who dared to stand alone. Join John Bradshaw on location in Germany and follow in the footsteps of Martin Luther. Features special guest Dr. Leslie N. Pollard.