New Reformation500 Website

horizontalreformation500As part of its efforts to commemorate the upcoming 500th anniversary of the Reformation (2017), Concordia Seminary has launched “Reformation500”–a website dedicated to providing reflection and resources on this “Copernican revolution” of church history. The website features an interactive timeline, biographies, upcoming events, and a variety of perspectives on the ongoing significance of the Reformation. The goal is to provide laypeople, pastors, and teachers ready information on the people and movements of the Reformation. Bookmark the page as your “go to” place for all things Reformation and subscribe to the RSS feed to get updates.

http://reformation500.csl.edu

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