As 2017 draws to a close, so does our Reformation 500 Series.
It pleased us immensely to host this frank discussion on the relative merits and drawbacks of the Protestant Reformation in the final months of its 500th anniversary year. We heard from three Orthodox, two Catholic, two Anglican, and one Pentecostal writer: to them we express our gratitude for sharing their insights with us.
We are likewise grateful to our thousands of readers who followed the Series with great interest.
In case you missed any of the articles or wish to revisit some of them, we list them below in chronological order for your convenience. They are also listed together in a separate category in the upper part of the Archives by Author page.
What Is There to Celebrate? A Roman Catholic Perspective (Julien Hammond)
An Orthodox Reflection (Giacomo Sanfilippo)
When Reformers Sought Accord with the Orthodox (Cameron Davis)
The Reformation’s Legacy for Pentecostal Protestants (Andrew I. Shepardson)
The Reformation(s): The Anglican Perspective(s) (Cole Hartin)
An Orthodox Response to the “Christian” Cults and All the Protestant Denominations (David C. Ford)
Women and the Reformation (Amy Welborn)
Erasmus, the Filioque Clause, and the Fathers: The Irenic Quest for Patristic Unity (Ron Dart)
Despite the Series’ closure, we continue to welcome articles from writers of all Christian traditions on the historical and contemporary relationship between Protestantism and Orthodoxy. See our Submission Guidelines for general requirements.
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