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Scholars Suggest How to Remember the Reformation
Seven scholars, pastors and musicians discuss how Protestants and Catholics can and should together observe the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in 2017.
Conversation | June 01, 2016
The Interplay of Liturgy and Catechism in the Ministry of Martin Luther and John Calvin
Some examples from the Lutheran and Reformed traditions
Article | May 05, 2016
Singing with Martin Luther and the Lutherans
This workshop is designed to explore the riches of Lutheran hymnody for those, like Professor Noll, who are not themselves Lutherans. We take a quick historical journey to note important landmarks.
Audio | March 03, 2016
Karin Maag on Calvin’s Geneva and the 500th Protestant Reformation Anniversary
Whether you observe Halloween, All Saints’ Day or Reformation Sunday, you probably know that Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to a church door on October 31, 1517 and that John Calvin promoted the Reformation in Geneva, Switzerland. Here’s why that still matters.
Conversation | October 27, 2015
Reformation Day Festival: A Doxology to Grace - Ephesians 1, 2 Timothy 1, Romans 11
A worship service intended to mark the significance of the Protestant Reformation, aiding worshipers to claim the legacy of the Reformed faith and stirring them to give all glory to God for salvation.
Worship Service | June 01, 2005
- Prayers for God's Leading
- The Beatitudes: 2022 Calvin Symposium on Worship Preaching Theme
- Praying for God’s Leading: Philippians 1:9-11
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- Kyle Meyaard-Schaap on Earthkeeping, the Church, and Generational Differences
- Kyle Meyaard-Schaap on the Arts as a Climate Tipping Point