Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00

John Wycliffe: The Morning Star Of The Reformation

Written by Rev. L. Roth
Undoubtedly, when we think of the great deeds of the Lord in the history of the church during the time of the Reformation, our thoughts immediately go to the two giants of the Reformation: Luther and Calvin. This of course, is not without reason. While the first is known for igniting the need for reform within the Roman Catholic Church when he nailed his 95 theses to the church door of Wittenberg on October 31, 1517, the second giant for the cause of reform has been especially valuable to the church in his organization of the Reformed Church in Geneva and his very great literary works, central to which Is his Institutes of the Christian Religion. Although these men have been used by the Lord to bring especially the European Continent back to the truths of Holy Scripture so that the teachings of God's Word would never again be ignored and almost totally lost even to this day, we should not neglect the work which other men of God have done in seeking to return mankind to the Bible, which work In a sense can be called, the laying of foundations for reform.
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