The Reformation of Love
One reductive historical explanation of the Reformation is that Martin Luther's role in the events all stemmed from the problem of a guilty conscience. Hear Ron Rittgers address this misconception, demonstrating how a theology of love, not of guilt, was Luther's bedrock.
Hans Boersma on the Tragedy of the Reformation
For Boersma the basic response of all Christians to the Reformation is lament. But that's not to say the tragedy is all to be blamed on the Reformers. Hear Boersma trace the larger movement which led to the church's split in the 16th century.
Informed by All Our Senses
Art in the sanctuary—sculptures of David, paintings of Mary on a donkey—are not new to us. But how might art amplify and deepen Sunday’s sermon? How might it shift our preconceptions to see God in new ways?
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