The band meeting was a form of discipleship that helped small groups of men and women practice intense vulnerability and confession of sin together. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary video by Dr. Scott Kisker as he traces the history of this powerful spiritual discipline.
In surprising ways, what king Cyrus helped do served as a model for the Protestant Reformation, 2,000 years later.
Cranach powerfully communicated the ideas of the Reformation to those who could not read about them. Read more from Joshua Bloor as he shares about the role of images in the Protestant Reformation.
The global impact of the Protestant Reformation is difficult to overestimate. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Joseph Wood describes three important results from the Protestant movements that re-centered the church on the gospel.
The Protestant Reformation launched early in the 16th century, so how might an 18th century church leader named John Wesley fit into this picture? Watch this Seven Minute Seminary by Dr. Larry Wood to find out.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Sandra Richter shares the story of King Josiah, who reformed the people of God and brought them back to living under God's covenant (2 Kings 22; 2 Chronicles 34).
The five solas of the Protestant Reformation are considered by many to be the unifying themes of the movement. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary as Dr. Kenneth Collins explains their significance and then frames them by a further, Wesleyan understanding.
Where would we be without the Protestant Reformation that happened 500 years ago? Read these quick points by Andrew Dragos as a reference for the great consequences of this powerful historical moment.
“God works in a mysterious way, his wonders to perform,” said William Cowper in 1774. I fully agree. One of those mysterious ways is providence...
During a time of profound corruption in the church, several reformers rose to meet the challenge. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary with Dr. Scott Kisker as he explains the need for the Reformation.