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Why the Reformation Still Matters

Author Tim Chester & Michael Reeves
Narrator Derek Perkins
Runtime 6.40 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date September 20, 2016
Availability: Canada, Mexico, United States, U.S. Outlying Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands
Five hundred years after the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, many people—Christians and non-Christians alike—view it as a conflict about issues that are no longer relevant to the church. But what if the Reformation still has something to teach us? What if the doctrines so vigorously debated and defended by the Reformers still matter today? In this accessible primer on the Reformation, Michael Reeves and Tim Chester introduce readers to eleven key questions raised by the Reformers. These questions continue to impact the church today—proving that the Reformation is much more than just a bit of history we can leave behind.
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Five hundred years after the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, many people—Christians and non-Christians alike—view it as a conflict about issues that are no longer relevant to the church. But what if the Reformation still has something to teach us? What if the doctrines so vigorously debated and defended by the Reformers still matter today? In this accessible primer on the Reformation, Michael Reeves and Tim Chester introduce readers to eleven key questions raised by the Reformers. These questions continue to impact the church today—proving that the Reformation is much more than just a bit of history we can leave behind.

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Excellent
This is a keeper. Have already used the facts to speak to catholic friends.
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Excellent
This is a well thought out book that does a great job of explaining reformation thinking.
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Review by / (Posted on 12/29/2017)
Heavy listening
It is worth listening to a 2nd time. At this pointI have just listened to it once. An excellent study of the truths of the Reformation which have been largely cheapened in today's Evangelical Christianity. One thing I do not like about the Reformation theology is that they seem to extract large imperfect principles from the Bible, then base their arguments on these imperfect principles rather than the Word directly.
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