As we continue on our road to the Wittenberg Concord, we stop by Basel to review the First Basel Confession. The importance of the Lord’s Supper is obvious as we examine that article in particular. 190911_002
The Wittenberg Concord motivates a lot of stuff in the Reformation, so we need to take a moment to set the stage for this moment. Luther, the Swiss, Bucer, and the others are all here.
Another look at the Church of England to see the chaos or at least confusion that is occurring in the church under Henry VIII. Sometimes being against something is not enough, you have to be for something. 190823_003
Walking back to Switzerland to see the next confession and the confessionalization of the Reformed faith continue in Basel. A good time to talk a bit about confessions and their use and importance for us today.
Sometimes the big events are done by the Roman Catholics, and this is one of those times. The foundations of the Jesuits are laid right now by 7 men. Listen in to learn more.
Can the Reformed and Lutherans ever get along? Can a middle of the road approach work in bringing the Reformation to Wurtemburg? Don’t count on it.
Walking the Old Paths covers the ground of Geneva in 1533 as the Reformed Church gets off the ground. We follow the Reformed Church from a Hat Maker’s yard to a 400 man communion service in the Franciscan Church. Come see the lessons from a pre-Calvin Genevan Reformed Church.