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Protestant reformation

  • by Tom Robinson
In the 500 years since the Reformation began, Protestantism has broken with many traditions of the Roman church. Yet it persists in observing unbiblical holidays while rejecting the biblical festivals that reveal God’s plan of salvation through Jesus Christ.
  • by Gary Petty
Five centuries have passed since Martin Luther started the Protestant Reformation and changed the world. What’s the story behind the man and the movement he started?
  • by Peter Eddington
When the Catholic monk Martin Luther challenged the Catholic Church with his Ninety-five Theses, few could’ve foreseen the upheaval and division that would result. Now, 500 years later, could we see a reunification of world Christianity? Does Bible prophecy give any indication?
  • by Scott Ashley
We hope you’ll carefully read the articles in this issue to better understand the right and truly needed religious reformation that is coming for the entire world—and how you can be a part of the greatest changes the world has ever seen!
  • by World News
Charles V's most famous European contemporary was England's Henry VIII. The two both faced the challenge of the Protestant Reformation—Henry inadvertently contributing to it and Charles resisting it in every conceivable way.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V was the most famous Habsburg in history, presiding over an empire that stretched from the Philippines to Peru and was the greatest in Europe. During his reign he was confronted with major challenges, including the Protestant Reformation. His reign constituted the fourth of the seven prophesied resurrections of the Roman Empire, which will see its final...
  • by Paul Suckling
Christianity is no longer accorded the level of trust and credibility it once held in Western civilization. The unpersuaded see it as having few positive distinctions from all other religions.