Sam and I wrap up our third season by considering some of the legacies of the Protestant Reformation: from democracy and free inquiry to religious pluralism and secularization to the notion that Protestants are “reformed and always reforming” (and why that means you should all buy The Pietist Option).
Dale Van Kley, “Where the Rot Started?“, Books & Culture, March/April 2012
Russell Moore, “The Reformation at 500,” The National Review, June 20, 2017
Chris Gehrz, “Reformed and Always Reforming… Even 499 Years Later,” The Anxious Bench, Oct. 25, 2016
Finally, we didn’t get a chance to discuss it, but as a coda to the whole season… read Marilynne Robinson, “The Luther Legend,” The New Republic, Dec. 12, 2017.