070: How to Talk about the Reformation (w/ Dr. Jonathan Reimer)

070: How to Talk about the Reformation (w/ Dr. Jonathan Reimer) August 3, 2020

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast, I’m joined by Dr. Jonathan Reimer, an Assistant Professor of History at Eastern University, to talk about how we can talk, intelligently, accurately, and cordially about the Reformation.

Dr. Reimer has some incredible insights about the roots of the Reformation, the Catholic response, and how we can best dialogue, across the Protestant/Catholic divide, about this unfortunate and divisive moment in Church history.

And, how we can begin to build bridges!

This is a fantastic episode for anyone who wants to know how to properly speak about the Reformation. You’ll definitely learn something new!

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