Museum of the Bible presents …
“1517: From Wittenberg to the World”
A 26:00 Radio Special
The 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation is October 31, 2017. The Bibles of the Reformation were meant to be opened, read and studied so that all could engage with the Bible. In this dramatized presentation is the remarkable story of the tireless efforts by the Reformers to assure the translation of the Bible into the language of the common people.
Why it Matters
The Protestant Reformation was the catalyst for the Bible being translated into other languages. In this special, Museum of the Bible narrates the story of a relatively unknown monk who wrote 95 Theses in response to the selling of indulgences by the church. It’s an act that changed the course of history and Christian theology, and set the stage for Martin Luther and the Reformation!
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The special will be available for audition on August 31st.
In addition to the special, we’ve also produced 10 Protestant Reformation features that will air as part of the daily 1:00, The Book October 16-20 and October 23-27. If you are not yet airing The Book, we invite you to air these features as a special series.