Reformation in Switzerland
In the final lecture of this year’s Reformation Series, on the anniversary of the date when Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the church door in Wittenburg, we study a new aspect of the Reformation in Switzerland: The Anabaptists. We see their views
We look at Ulric Zwingli, seeing him in his time and tracing his development and his influence in the life of Switzerland.
In today’s lecture, we learn of Calvin’s doctrines and thought which so many of our principles are based upon today. We examine his teaching on subjects such as the Word of God, the Church, election, baptism and the Lord’s Supper and see to what extent ou
Calvin, although a weak and sickly man, did an amazing amount of work for the Lord in the Reformation. His works still exist and are studied today. In this lecture, we are introduced the amazing life this man led, through hardship and peace, to emerge as
As we begin this year’s Reformation lecture series, we introduce John Calvin by comparing his doctrines and beliefs with those of Martin Luther, whom we studied last year (follow the series link to the right). They both had different backgrounds and educa