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Thanking God for the Reformation

Part 5 - English Reformation


The Church before the Reformation G’day and welcome to our series, Thanking God for the Reformation, where we are looking at and celebrating that momentous event in history, and including in that, Church history. These are extracts from the book “Heroes And Heretics Abound” available on Amazon sites.


We are now in England in the early 16th century! Protestantism had commenced earlier in the 14th century with John Wycliffe who we looked at earlier. Wycliffe was the 'Morning Star of the English Reformation'. The main issue in the 14th to 16th centuries, as we have seen, was the movement towards 'None but Christ saves'. That is, the Gospel is good news for all of humanity, regardless of who they are, that nobody can earn their salvation, but rather salvation is a free gift from God for all those who choose to receive it. The main issue in the 17th century however, was 'None but Christ reigns'. How so? How did this Reformation come about?

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In today's Podcast we look at such people & events of history as:

  • Henry VIII
  • Pope Clement VII
  • Thomas Cranmer
  • Mary Tudor also know as "Queen Bloody Mary"
  • Queen Elizabeth I
  • James VI of Scotland
  • James I of England
  • Presbyterian
  • National Covenant
  • Puritans
  • Separatists
  • Baptists


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