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Here We Stand

Desiring God

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Here We Stand

Here We Stand

Desiring God

33
Followers
5
Plays
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A 31-day journey with the heroes of the Reformation.

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Here He Stood: Martin Luther (1483–1546)

Luther stood not on the pronouncements of popes, or the decisions of councils, or the winds of popular opinion, but on “that word above all earthly powers.”

8 min2017 OCT 31
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Here He Stood: Martin Luther (1483–1546)

The Runaway Nun: Katharina von Bora (1499–1552)

Katharina married Martin Luther to survive as a runaway nun, but their marriage proved to be a model in a time when “pastor’s wife” was a new role.

6 min2017 OCT 30
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The Runaway Nun: Katharina von Bora (1499–1552)

The Administrative Pastor: Johannes Bugenhagen (1485–1558)

The Reformation required more than theological giants. It also demanded organizational geniuses.

6 min2017 OCT 29
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The Administrative Pastor: Johannes Bugenhagen (1485–1558)

The Happy Professor: Zacharius Ursinus (1534–1583)

He took the lead role in writing the Heidelberg Catechism, one of the most ringing affirmations of faith in all of Christian history.

5 min2017 OCT 28
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The Happy Professor: Zacharius Ursinus (1534–1583)

The First Calvinist: Theodore Beza (1519–1605)

Theodore Beza gave form to what we now call Calvinism by explaining and defending the biblical doctrines Calvin had rediscovered.

6 min2017 OCT 27
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The First Calvinist: Theodore Beza (1519–1605)

The Teenage Martyr: Lady Jane Grey (c. 1537–1554)

Lady Jane Grey was a teenage victim of social and political conspiracy, beheaded at seventeen for her faith. But her life is far from a tragedy.

6 min2017 OCT 26
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The Teenage Martyr: Lady Jane Grey (c. 1537–1554)

The Smile of the Reformation: Pierre Viret (1511–1571)

Pierre Viret knew how to contend for the truth of God’s word with theological rigor and courage. He also knew how to do it with a smile.

5 min2017 OCT 25
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The Smile of the Reformation: Pierre Viret (1511–1571)

The Ink: Robert Estienne (1503–1559)

Robert Estienne was the premier printer of the Protestant cause. He put Reformation doctrine and the Bible itself into the hands of ordinary people.

6 min2017 OCT 24
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The Ink: Robert Estienne (1503–1559)

The Genius of Geneva: John Calvin (1509–1564)

The key to John Calvin’s life: he recovered and embodied a passion for the absolute reality and majesty of God.

6 min2017 OCT 23
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The Genius of Geneva: John Calvin (1509–1564)

The Champion of the Kirk: John Knox (c. 1513–1572)

John Knox feared the face of no man, which equipped him to bring reform to his homeland in the Highlands.

6 min2017 OCT 22
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The Champion of the Kirk: John Knox (c. 1513–1572)

Latest Episodes

Here He Stood: Martin Luther (1483–1546)

Luther stood not on the pronouncements of popes, or the decisions of councils, or the winds of popular opinion, but on “that word above all earthly powers.”

8 min2017 OCT 31
Comments
Here He Stood: Martin Luther (1483–1546)

The Runaway Nun: Katharina von Bora (1499–1552)

Katharina married Martin Luther to survive as a runaway nun, but their marriage proved to be a model in a time when “pastor’s wife” was a new role.

6 min2017 OCT 30
Comments
The Runaway Nun: Katharina von Bora (1499–1552)

The Administrative Pastor: Johannes Bugenhagen (1485–1558)

The Reformation required more than theological giants. It also demanded organizational geniuses.

6 min2017 OCT 29
Comments
The Administrative Pastor: Johannes Bugenhagen (1485–1558)

The Happy Professor: Zacharius Ursinus (1534–1583)

He took the lead role in writing the Heidelberg Catechism, one of the most ringing affirmations of faith in all of Christian history.

5 min2017 OCT 28
Comments
The Happy Professor: Zacharius Ursinus (1534–1583)

The First Calvinist: Theodore Beza (1519–1605)

Theodore Beza gave form to what we now call Calvinism by explaining and defending the biblical doctrines Calvin had rediscovered.

6 min2017 OCT 27
Comments
The First Calvinist: Theodore Beza (1519–1605)

The Teenage Martyr: Lady Jane Grey (c. 1537–1554)

Lady Jane Grey was a teenage victim of social and political conspiracy, beheaded at seventeen for her faith. But her life is far from a tragedy.

6 min2017 OCT 26
Comments
The Teenage Martyr: Lady Jane Grey (c. 1537–1554)

The Smile of the Reformation: Pierre Viret (1511–1571)

Pierre Viret knew how to contend for the truth of God’s word with theological rigor and courage. He also knew how to do it with a smile.

5 min2017 OCT 25
Comments
The Smile of the Reformation: Pierre Viret (1511–1571)

The Ink: Robert Estienne (1503–1559)

Robert Estienne was the premier printer of the Protestant cause. He put Reformation doctrine and the Bible itself into the hands of ordinary people.

6 min2017 OCT 24
Comments
The Ink: Robert Estienne (1503–1559)

The Genius of Geneva: John Calvin (1509–1564)

The key to John Calvin’s life: he recovered and embodied a passion for the absolute reality and majesty of God.

6 min2017 OCT 23
Comments
The Genius of Geneva: John Calvin (1509–1564)

The Champion of the Kirk: John Knox (c. 1513–1572)

John Knox feared the face of no man, which equipped him to bring reform to his homeland in the Highlands.

6 min2017 OCT 22
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The Champion of the Kirk: John Knox (c. 1513–1572)
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