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Drawing from the Deep and Wide Waters of Christian History
Consider the last 4,000 years of Jewish-Christian history, what historical examples inspire and instruct you in your current ministry context? Add your constructive comments and insights to this page using the Facebook comments. Our moderators will regularly post comments or responses. Thanks for joining us in this new way of engaging and learning together.
Online Discussion | August 12, 2020
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
Preparing to Remember the Reformation
In 2017, churches around the world, both Protestant and Catholic, will mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. How we mark this milestone will say as much about us, and our own sense of identity, as it does about the events of five centuries ago.
Video | March 22, 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
Top Ten Lessons from Reformation Geneva
Advice from Reformation Geneva on how to implement changes in worship without losing your congregation in the process
Article | May 06, 2015
Church History as an Indispensable Source of Wisdom for Contemporary Ministry
a plenary address at the Calvin Symposium on Worship
Video | March 19, 2015
Worship in Calvin’s Geneva: Challenges and Opportunities Then and Now
Based on her forthcoming edited volume of primary sources on worship in Calvin’s Geneva, Karin Maag outlines what happened in Geneva as the city moved from Catholicism to Protestantism.
Audio | February 20, 2015
Reformation Worship and the Psalms
This session introduced participants to the world of 16th century printing and focused on books used in early Reformed worship. Participants were able to look closely at these rare books and to gain a better sense of the impact of printing on the faith and practice of early modern Christians.
Audio | January 01, 2007