Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Enemies of Christianity at the Time of the Reformation

Questions in the Aftermath of the Las Vegas Shooting

Stephen M. Krason
 

While there is not so much mention of it in the media anymore, the American public is still reeling from the inexplicable massacre in Las Vegas, the largest mass murder in history in a country where mass murders of innocent people have become far too common. Some of the usual responses came from the usual […]

Enemies of Christianity at the Time of the Reformation

Benjamin D. Wiker
 

Nearly everyone knows the basics of the Reformation, the first being that 500 years ago, it began with Martin Luther nailing his Ninety-Five Theses to the Wittenberg castle door on October 31, 1517—except that scholars now think that what probably happened was that Luther mailed them, not nailed them, to his archbishop, Albrecht of Brandenburg. […]

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