In Church, History, Scripture on October 28, 2009 at 10:18 pm


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Click here for today’s feature as heard on PTA (7:30):

Click here for an extended version of the feature (14:30):

There has been a lot of attention this year on the reformation, and while there were certainly many different factors which led to it, one of the most significant was a return to studying the scriptures in the original languages. In turn, this revival led to translating the Bible into the common languages across Europe.

Dr. Grant Horner is Associate Professor of English at the Master’s College in Santa Clarita, CA.

Click here for a short article from Christian History Magazine on Erasmus from a few years ago.


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