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A little book and the last man executed in Australia

Steps to Christ: Changing lives for 125 years.

Women of the Reformation

The role of women in the Protestant Reformation has often been ignored or treated as little more than a footnote in history. Yet many women, emboldened by the concept of a priesthood of all believers, moved beyond the roles assigned by society at large to support the Reformation and did so at great risk to themselves.

New Bible course focuses on Reformation

The new online course, delivered through the Hope Channel Bible School at Adventist Media, explores the five "solas" or principles that emerged from the Protestant Reformation.

Kayle de Waal talks discipleship, reformation and Jesus

The head of Avondale Seminary says the Church is in dire need of a "third reformation".

The unfinished Reformation

"The best days of the Reformation lie ahead," writes Dr Barry Harker.

Justification by faith: Remembering the Reformation

Do we still believe in "the Bible and the Bible only" as the rule of faith?

The protest is over

"Corporately, universally, we don’t need a reformation," writes Adventist Record editor Jarrod Stackelroth. "We need a resistance movement. We need a revolution."

Rome will name square after Martin Luther

Rome will name a central square after Protestant reformer Martin Luther in response to a request by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and with the support of the Roman Catholic Church.
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