From the Reformation

A snippet of Reformation History:

After the initial events of the Reformation (by about 1520), Lutheran materials began to find their way into England. At Cambridge, a circle of students and clergy began to meet at the White Horse Inn to discuss Luther’s ideas. They came together in great excitement, conviction and no small degree of danger. This group included such future leaders of the Protestant Reformation in England as William Tyndale, Miles Coverdale, Hugh Latimer, Thomas Cranmer, Robert Barnes, Thomas Bilney, and Mathew Parker – many of whom were martyred for their faith.

Today, in the US, a number of Reformed leaders (notably Michael Horton) have a web site and syndicated broadcast ministry for Reformed theology. It is called the White Horse Inn.


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