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Reformation Overview and Reformation Dramas 5-DVD Pack - set of 2

Includes the Reformation Overview and the Reformation Dramas 5-DVD Pack.

  • Item 97444D
  • Region: All
  • Media Type: DVD
  • Running Time: 8.5 hr
Retail: $99.98
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Reformation Overview — Based on the Gateway Films/Vision Video church history film series, these six half-hour programs vividly bring to life the Reformation, its colorful leaders, and history-shaping turning points. Fullscreen.

1. John Wycliffe - Called the "Morningstar," this courageous forerunner paved the way for momentous changes to come. His teachings challenged the authorities, but they exiled him, and his exile provided the opportunity for his monumental achievement that has benefitted us all -- the Bible in English.

2. John Hus - He carried forth Wycliffe's groundbreaking work. His passionate calls for reform brought him before the Council of Constance. There he was betrayed by false accusations. He refused to capitulate and was condemned to burn at the stake. He died singing.

3. Martin Luther - He wanted only the quiet solitude of the monastery. There this guilt-burdened monk discovered the freedom of the Gospel. He couldn't keep quiet about it, nor could he stop the relentless swirl of events that propelled him to a decisive role in the shaping of the modern world.

4. Ulrich Zwingli and John Calvin - They led the Reformation in Switzerland. Both capable scholars, they had to interpret the newly recovered dimensions of the Gospel in the midst of a hurricane of change, social chaos and fierce opposition. From Zurich and Geneva their writings and developments would permeate the church worldwide.

5. The Anabaptists - Called "the Radicals," they were opposed by just about everyone--Catholics, Protestants, and political leaders. Two of their earliest leaders, Michael and Margaretha Sattler, were executed for their beliefs while still young, but their legacy endures to this day.

6. God's Outlaw: William Tyndale - This humble, young scholar became one of the most hunted fugitives ever, pursued by King Henry VIII, Cardinal Wolsey, Sir Thomas More and others. His crime? Translating and circulating the Bible in English. He was caught and killed, but his unquenchable vision was marvelously fulfilled.

PDFs included on the DVD:
48-page leader’s guide with background information, discussion questions, and optional Bible study for each session
24-page student workbook

Reformation Dramas 5-DVD Pack — Includes the full-length films used in the Reformation Overview.
John Wycliffe: The Morningstar — John Wycliffe is a dramatic biography of the life of the 14th century scholar and cleric who translated the Bible into English for the first time. 75 minutes.

God’s Outlaw: The Story of William Tyndale — God’s Outlaw is about international politics, church intrigue, cold-blooded betrayal, and false justice ending in a criminal’s death. But it’s also about victorious faith and spiritual triumph over some of the greatest political and religious forces in the 16th century. 93 minutes.

Martin Luther — This dramatic black and white classic film made in the 1950's is a magnificent depiction of Luther and the forces at work in the surrounding society that resulted in his historic reforming efforts. 105 minutes.

The Radicals — Michael and Margaretha Sattler join a group called the Anabaptists and together challenge the 1,000-year control of the Church by the State. 99 minutes.

John Hus — Intrigue and false promises weave a powerful story of one man’s commitment to faith in Jesus Christ. In the end Hus was accused, imprisoned, and charged with heresy. Ultimately, he was condemned and burned at the stake as a heretic. 55 minutes.

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