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2017 marks the 500-year jubilee of the Protestant Reformation. Why do we still need to remember the Reformation, and is it still relevant for us today? In this 5-part series, we will examine the darkness of the middle ages before the dawn of the reformation and what the issues were then. Are they relevant today?
In this stimulating and fact-packed series with Barbara O’Neill we will look at healthy living God’s way, not man’s way. Learn all about the dangers of chocolate, caffeine, free radicals, and more. Discover the benefits of plant proteins, antioxidants in the foods we eat, and other ways we can improve our health.
Rene Descartes, a famous Jesuit philosopher came up with the famous phrase “I think, therefore I am.” This implies that we define our own morality, we invent our own truth, and we created ourselves. This theology shifts the power from God, to men. However, this popular belief contradicts Gospel truth. Pastor Walter Veith shows us shocking proof that men are now lessening God’s divine power, and raising ourselves up to His level.
There has been a longstanding debate between creation and evolution. Modern scientists argue against creation in the media and the young minds are easily influenced and believe in these famous people and what they say. Why has it gotten to this point? In this series with professor Veith we will look into the creation debate.
Rekindling the Reformation is an 11-part series of inspiring and relevant multimedia presentations on the pivotal issues of the Reformation and how they relate to present day. Professor Walter Veith clarifies the disputes that led to the horrific and bloody persecutions of the Dark Ages and demonstrates the urgency of understanding the same principles that are still under attack today.