500: The Impact of the Reformation Today – Bible Study

500: The Impact of the Reformation Today – Bible Study

A free Bible study to accompany the documentary “500: The Impact of the Reformation Today” is available now. It was written by Reformation scholar and Concordia Seminary Professor Tim Dost. The study was written to accompany the five parts of the documentary, but can be adjusted to cover any number of sessions.

The videos and the Bible study can be viewed and/or downloaded HERE.

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  1. Patrick Rooney September 13, 2017
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    Are there DVDs for these 5 video segments? We may have small groups who wish to use it without having a reliable means of casting YouTube videos for the whole group to see.

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