The good news proclaimed at the Reformation in 1517 is still good news in 2017 and beyond. Which is why the Reformation will never really be over, or a thing of the past. From Michael Reeves on why the Reformation still matters: Almost certainly, what confuses people into thinking that the Reformation is a bit …

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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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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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