Justin Holcomb provides brief paragraphs about fourteen women who participated in the GERMANY Katherine von Bora was a former nun who married Martin Luther. They were married for 21 years and had six children. Her quick tongue, humor, and stubbornness matched Martin’s—no small feat. She managed their home (which was frequently full of students), had …

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If you’re attending Christian worship expecting to learn something from the Bible, that’s a fruit of the Reformation. From Michael Reeves: By the 15th century, only a small percentage of people could expect to hear their priest preach to them regularly in their local parish church. The English reformer Hugh Latimer spoke of “strawberry parsons” …

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Michael Kruger, at his blog Canon Fodder, writes about three protections that the Reformation doctrine of Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone) offers to Christians. Traditionalism: “Church tradition is our guide” Individualism: “My Own Private Bible Interpretation is My Guide” Existentialism: “Who Needs the Bible? Religious Experience is My Guide” Read his explanations here.

Gleaning through a plethora of posts about the Reformation, this point from Michael Reeves is one that stands out. If you’re a Christian and your attitude toward God is not marked by fear, uncertainty or anxiety, that’s a fruit of the Reformation. Consider these words, written by a team of scholars in Westminster, England, in …

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