This Changed Everything: 500 Years of the Reformation
Christian History Institute’s major new documentary series examines the legacy of the Protestant Reformation as we mark its 500th Anniversary. This Changed Everything: 500 Years of the Reformation celebrates the fruits of the Reformation while grappling with difficult questions surrounding its legacy of division within Christianity.
A bishop’s work is never done
During and after persecution, new complexities challenged church leaders
Healing the city
How Christians helped the sick and poor in the Roman Empire’s cities
Life in the earthly city
Christians advocated for “the Way” in the middle of urban distractions much like our own
Prison as a parish: Christian inmates
Christians in prison have shared similar stories through 2,000 years.
Today in History
“God did conceale the time when Christ was borne, upon the same reason that He tooke away the body of Moses, that they might not put an holinesse upon...”
Dawson, William Francis. Christmas: Its Origin and Associations. London: Elliot Stock, 1902.
Jesus was estimated lower than his servant (1886)
The Jews sent priests and Levites from Jerusalem to ask [John the Baptist], “Who are you?”—John 1:19 (...