Reformation Commemorative Set of Three
Set includes This Changed Everything, the Reformation Fold-Out Timeline, and the 500th Anniversary Commemorative Coin.
- Item number: 97406D
- Media type: DVD
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This Changed Everything — This Changed Everything: 500 Years of the Reformation celebrates the fruits of the Reformation while exploring difficult questions about the cost of division: Could schism have been avoided? Is there hope for reunification? What did Jesus really mean when He prayed for His followers to be "one"? In this visually rich, three-part documentary series hosted by actor David Suchet, leading church historians share fascinating insights and pose vital questions about unity, truth, and the future of the Christian church. Among the experts featured in this series are Dr. Frank James, Dr. John Armstrong, Dr. Michael Horton, Dr. Jacqueline Rose, Bishop Robert Barron, Mark Galli, Dr. Joel Harrington, Shane Claiborne, Dr. Karin Maag, Dr. Scott Kisker, Dr. Sandra Yocum, Dr. Horace Six-Means, Fr. Thomas Baima, Dr. Sathi Clarke, Dr. Peter Lillback, Dr. John L. Ruth, Daryl Byler, Dr. Mary Sprunger, Dr. Timothy Wengert, Dr. James Payton, Dr. Ted Grimsrud, Dr. Frans van Liere, Dr. Nate Yoder, Dr. Jayakiran Sebastian, Dr. Michael King, Fr. Thomas Kocik, Frank Schaeffer, Dr. Karyn Wiseman, and many others. Bonus material on Disc 2: Over five hours of interviews with experts, virtual tours of key Reformation sites, companion guide in PDF. An interactive guide is also available at www.ThisChangedEverything.com/companionguide.
Reformation Fold-Out Timeline — A timeline of the most important events from a century of reform. Unfolds to 11" x 31"
500th Anniversary Commemorative Coin — This limited edition coin recognizes the 500th anniversary of Luther's posting the 95 Theses on the Wittenberg door. They are a perfect keepsake of this historic event. The coins are made from antique bronze and measure 1.75 inches in diameter. You will receive a certificate from Christian History Institute explaining the symbolism of the coin and a black velvet display case. The coin is part of a limited number of coins run by the Northwest Territorial Mint. For more information on regarding the 500th Anniversary Commemorative coin go to https://www.thischangedeverything.com/500th-commemorative-coin