The Everyday Reformation

September 06, 2017

by Carl Trueman


Everybody is talking about the Reformation in this 500th anniversary year—talking about its key personalities (like Luther and Calvin), the extraordinary twists and turns of its history, the political and religious revolution it unleashed, and the way in which its doctrines continue to be contested today.

But the Reformation was also a revolution in the lives of ordinary everyday people. It changed family life and work life. It radically altered daily spiritual devotion and the weekly experience of going to church. It was an everyday Reformation. . . .

. . .Continue reading at Centre for Christian Living.

Carl Trueman

Dr. Trueman (PhD, Aberdeen) is professor of church history at WTS.

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