The Reformation at 500: Assessing the Impact

October 31, 2017 marks 500 years since Martin Luther posted the "Ninety-Five Theses" on the Wittenberg door, igniting the Protestant Reformation. All this month at Regent Audio, we'll be highlighting the very best resources we have to help you think through the background and consequences of this watershed moment in Christian history.

This week we have Mark Noll's lecture "Chaotic Coherence of Sola Scripture" as a gift for you to enjoy. In addition, you can save on 6 other titles exploring the long-term legacy of the Reformation and grappling with what was done, and left undone.

Use discount code STREAMS500 to save 50% on these titles. Valid through Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017.

Each sale extends all through the month, so don't miss our other deals:

Studies in Romans
Martin Luther and John Calvin
The Right Reading of Scripture
Further Streams: Anglicans, Mennonites, Catholics

Learn more about how Regent College is reflecting on "500 Years of the Reformation."

Hear the latest Regent College Podcast with Iain Provan on his latest book, The Reformation and the Right Reading of Scripture.

The Reformation at 500: Assessing the Impact Audio Titles

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Chaotic Coherence of Sola Scriptura: 500 Years after the Reformation

Speaker:
Mark Noll
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The Shaping of the Next Reformation

Speaker:
James Houston
$5.00

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Finding Liberty: The Christian Roots of the Modern Conscience

Speaker:
Dominic Erdozain
$33.99

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The Protestant Reformation: Gains & Losses (CTC II Winter 2006)

Speaker:
Hans Boersma
$5.00

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Regent History Workshop 2012: The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized ...

Speaker:
Brad Gregory, Craig Gay, Darren Provost, … (see details for all)
$26.99

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Why the Protestant Reformation Was Unnecessary

Speaker:
Ron Dart
$5.00

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Why the Reformation? Or When Does Truth Triumph Unity? (CTC II Winter 2006)

Speaker:
Don Lewis
$5.00