The Protestant Reformation just celebrated 500 years last October. James & Edward, in a trial run for this podcast, discussed the trends related to the reformation and the idea that many churches that celebrated the 500th anniversary¬†are at odds with the doctrines of the reformation. We want to know your thoughts. Why do you feel so many people join the bandwagon of historical ‘fandom’ but refuse the truths recovered during the movement? Is the protestant¬†reformation still valid? Let’s talk and see.

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Edward Dalcour is President of Christian Defense Ministries and Blogs at ChristianDefense.org
James H. Tippins is Pastor of GraceTruth Baptist Church and Blogs at AnchoringFaith.org

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