The Catholic comeback
Two centuries ago, it looked like the age of the popes was over. But that’s not what the Bible predicts, and that’s not what happened.
Life includes big questions—How can I find inner peace? Why is there so much suffering in the world? Is there a God? Three men's quest for answers changed the world
The Bible for the people
Mark Finley explores the times and legacy of pioneering Reformer and English Bible translator John Wycliffe.
The counter Reformation
The Protestant Reformation changed the world, but it also sparked a backlash. Harold Harker says the effects can still be seen today.
The original soul sleeper
Martin Luther, who started the Protestant Reformation, had some unique views about death.
Mrs Luther and her sisters
The roles women played in the Reformation are highlighted in a new book by popular historian Derek Wilson.
500 years on
Harold Harker, with Melody Tan and Lee Dunstan, reflect on the legacy of the Reformation, half a millennium on.
Katharina Luther: Strong, decided, enterprising
Carole Cusack, professor of Religious Studies at Sydney University, outlines key events in the life of Katharina von Bora, Martin Luther’s wife.
Martin Luther’s personal spiritual crisis transformed how many Christians today think about God and salvation. Harold Harker tells the story.
The five foundations of the Reformation
Harold Harker examines the basic teachings of Martin Luther that led to the Protestant Reformation—a movement that quickly spread across Europe and into the New World.
The Forgotten Reformer
The story of Martin Luther's associate, Andreas Karlstadt
Why So Many Denominations?
Making sense of the Protestant-Catholic Divide