Jesus’ crucifixion not only delivered us from sin but also unleashed a worldwide revolution that continues today. Renew your purpose and hope in the light of Jesus the revolutionary.
In 1517, Martin Luther posted his 95 theses on the door of the castle chapel in Wittenberg, Germany. That act began the Reformation; an event that changed the church forever and with it, the culture of the UK and western world.
Throughout October, we’ll be hearing about the background behind that historic event and the impact on the breadth of the church, both Catholic and protestant, in the 500 years since. Plus, with a key theme of the reformation being a return to the Bible, we’ll be focusing on God’s word ourselves with an opportunity to hear the messages from Premier’s London Bible Week earlier this year.
So join us, as we celebrate the great reformers, and remember the 500th anniversary of an event that changed our church forever.
A conversation with Roy Hattersley built around his 2017 book, ‘The Catholics: The Church and its People in Britain and Ireland, from the Reformation to the Present Day’Sitting in the interviewer chair...
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