This Changed Everything
Commemorating 500 Years of the Reformation

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This Changed Everything - Episode 1
Meet Martin Luther and Huldrych Zwingli. These two reformers shared much in common but their differences would lead to a legacy of Christian discord that continues into the present day.
This Changed Everything - Episode 2
The second episode in this series explores how the Protestant Reformation continued to spread quickly across Europe. Protestantism continued to splinter as radical reformers championed their own ideas leading to…
This Changed Everything - Episode 3
The series concludes with a look at recent events in church history including the modern Ecumenical Movement and Vatican II. Experts discuss the legacy of the Reformation and ask whether…

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The second episode in this series explores how the Protestant Reformation continued to spread quickly across Europe. Protestantism continued to splinter as radical reformers championed their own ideas leading to their bloody persecution by Protestants and Catholics alike. At Trent, the Catholic Church conclusively responds to the Reformation.
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