Luther's reforms weren't based solely on the early church.
We received many poems we would have been pleased to print. In the end we chose two.
Environmental sustainability requires a Reformation-scale paradigm shift.
A counting book that retells Jesus’ parables and a Reformation-themed alphabet book are among my favorite new children’s books.
Calvin argued for the self-evident clarity of the Bible—the same Bible he wrote thousands of pages about.
The next Reformation is about interpretation, but not of a book.
Until Christians can all share the Lord’s Supper, the rift continues. But there is no denying how massively the ground has shifted.
For a long time, Luther's hometown lay forgotten.
Luther understood the “aesthetics of the book” but not the economics of the book. He never made a pfennig from his publications.
Mark Taylor's cultural history of speed starts at the Reformation and examines the interwoven threads of religion, society, politics, art, and economics.