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

Speaker(s): Don Lewis
Date: Winter 2006
Length: 1:09:36
Product ID: RGDL3605C

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This is a single lecture from the Christian Thought & Culture I course which is intended to provide a historical, theological and cultural complement to Old Testament and New Testament Foundations. The aim is to provide students with the opportunity, within an historical framework, to reflect upon Christian faith and character and upon Christianity and culture. By the end of the course the student should grasp something of the comprehensiveness of our life in Christ as displayed in the Christian tradition.

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Donald M. Lewis is Professor of Church History at Regent College and is the Secretary of the Anglican Studies Program. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He is author of Lighten Their Darkness: The Evangelical Mission to Working-Class London, 1828-1860, The Future Shape of Anglican Ministry, and The Origins of Christian Zionism: Evangelical Support for a Jewish Homeland, as well as editor of Christianity Re-born: The Global Expansion of Evangelicalism in the 20th Century and The Blackwell Dictionary of Evangelical Biography 1730-1860.

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