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From the Archives: Public Debates
In His 67 Theses Zwingli Highlights His Reformed Beliefs

An Ancient and Undying Light
The Waldensians from the 12th Century to the Protestant Reformation


From the Archives: A Barba of San Martino (1451)
This is an excerpt from a written account of the heresy trial of Filippo Regis. Waldensians were routinely questioned about their knowledge of the elusive barba—the itinerant Waldensian spiritual leaders. Such accounts are often distorted: it is unlikely a barba would have taught to deny the virgin Birth, or to deny that "the sons" could perform miracles.

1517 Luther Posts the 95 Theses
An obscure monk invited debate on a pressing church issue—and touched off a history-shattering reform movement.


Protestants' Most-Famous Document
What did Luther actually say in the 95 Theses?


Fool in Rome
As a young monk, Luther longed to see Rome. But his 1510 trip to the Holy City filled him with pain and doubt.


Religion With a Human Face
One woman's extraordinary faith reveals much about the ordinary faith of the Middle Ages.


Everyday Faith in the Middle Ages: Christian History Timeline


Better the Infidel
Why two attempts at reunion were rejected by the Orthodox people.


What About Purgatory?
The doctrinal grounding of Dante's mysterious mountain.


Divine Imagination
By describing a pilgrimage through the realms of death, Dante shares his vision of how Christians should live.


Dante and the Divine Comedy: Did You Know?
What a famous painting suggests about Dante's life, legend, and legacy.

Do We Still Need the Reformation? Part 2

Love Your Heavenly Enemy
How are we going to live eternally with those we can't stand now?




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