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Reformation Heritage

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Reformation Heritage

The term 'Reformation Heritage' is usually defined in modern American Evangelicalism as mostly Calvinistic, with a sop thrown in for the Lutherans. No doubt the Reformed tradition of Geneva, mediated through the Dutch and English Calvinistic movements, had a tremendous impact on the development of the North American colonies and the subsequent United States. But the most influential Reformation group to the religious and civic ethos of the United States is one that is rarely mentioned with approbation, if at all. Tim Fehler and Chuck Hartman will team teach a Sunday School session beginning in September (2017), focusing on the heritage we derive from the 16th Century religious revival in Europe, and emphasizing throughout the role played by that most influential of unknown sects, the Anabaptists.


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