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The "5 Minutes in Church History" podcast is an outreach of Ligonier Ministries (http://www.ligonier.org).

The "5 Minutes in Church History" podcast is an outreach of Ligonier Ministries (http://www.ligonier.org).
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The "5 Minutes in Church History" podcast is an outreach of Ligonier Ministries (http://www.ligonier.org).

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English

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Episodes

Shakespeare's Bible

11/22/2017
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The Bible is all through Shakespeare. On this episode of 5 Minutes in Church History, Dr. Stephen Nichols looks at Shakespeare’s use of the Bible, the versions he used, and the books he quoted most often.

Duration: 00:04:59


Deserted Island Top 5: Burk Parsons

11/15/2017
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In this episode of 5 Minutes in Church History, Dr. Stephen Nichols is joined by Dr. Burk Parsons. He asks Dr. Parsons to share what five books he would want if on a deserted island.

Duration: 00:04:59


The Baptist Catechism of 1693

11/8/2017
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On today’s episode, Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses the mysterious origin and the doctrinal content of the Baptist Confession of 1693.

Duration: 00:04:59


The Next Day

11/1/2017
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On today’s episode, Dr. Stephen Nichols takes time reflect on the legacy of the Reformation and how it shapes the task of the church today.

Duration: 00:05:00


The 95 Theses, Part 2

10/31/2017
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500 years ago today, it all started at the doors of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. Recorded on location, Dr. Stephen Nichols concludes his discussion on the significance of the Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses.

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The 95 Theses, Part 1

10/30/2017
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On today's episode, recorded on location at the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses Martin Luther's Theses against indulgences.

Duration: 00:05:00


Repent

10/29/2017
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The Ninety-Five Theses were a call to debate. Recorded on location in Wittenberg, Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses Martin Luther's first thesis.

Duration: 00:05:00


R.C. Sproul & Luther

10/28/2017
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On this special Reformation month episode, Dr. Stephen Nichols is joined by Dr. R.C. Sproul. Listen as they discuss Martin Luther and anticipate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.

Duration: 00:04:59


Legacy of Luther

10/27/2017
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There’s more to Martin Luther’s legacy than the act of posting the Ninety-Five Theses. Recorded on location in Germany, Dr. Stephen Nichols examines five points of Luther’s legacy.

Duration: 00:04:59


February 18, 1546

10/26/2017
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Martin Luther was born in Eisleben, and it was there that he died on February 18th, 1546. Recorded on location, Dr. Stephen Nichols considers how Luther clung to the Bible as his comfort in his death.

Duration: 00:04:59


Last 4 Sermons

10/25/2017
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Martin Luther preached his final four sermons at St. Andreas Church in Eisleben. Recorded on location, listen as Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses the history and significance of this church.

Duration: 00:04:59


January 1546

10/24/2017
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What would Martin Luther have wanted us to know? Recorded on location in Wittenberg, Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses what we can learn from Luther’s final month.

Duration: 00:04:59


Martin & Katie

10/23/2017
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One of the most important people in Martin Luther’s life was his wife, Katie. Recorded on location at the Luther’s Wittenberg home, Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses how a former monk and a former nun helped redeem marriage.

Duration: 00:04:59


Luther & the Bible

10/22/2017
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When it comes to the Reformation, one of the most important topics to discuss is Martin Luther on Scripture. Recorded on location in Germany, Dr. Stephen Nichols looks at Luther’s teaching on Scripture and his three steps for reading and studying the Bible.

Duration: 00:04:59


Luther on Psalm 118

10/21/2017
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On today’s episode, Dr. Stephen Nichols is joined by Dr. W. Robert Godfrey on location in Wittenberg, Germany. Together they discuss Martin Luther’s commentary on what he called "his own beloved psalm."

Duration: 00:04:59


The Bondage of the Will

10/20/2017
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Martin Luther considered his treatise The Bondage of the Will “the centerpiece of the Reformation.” Recorded on location in Wittenberg, Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses Luther’s magnum opus.

Duration: 00:04:59


Table Talk

10/19/2017
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Many conversations took place around Martin Luther's dinner table. These were later collected as a unique piece of literature known as Table Talk. Recorded on location in Wittenberg, Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses how these dinner table conversations give us insight into Luther as a theologian of the people.

Duration: 00:04:59


Hymns

10/18/2017
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Martin Luther believed that the church not only needed to reform its theology, it also needed to reform its music. Recorded on location in Germany, Dr. Stephen Nichols introduces the hymns of Luther.

Duration: 00:04:59


Catechism

10/17/2017
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At the end of his life, Martin Luther said, “You can burn all of my books except for two, The Bondage of the Will and the Small Catechism.” Recorded on location in Germany, listen as Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses Luther's Small Catechism.

Duration: 00:04:59


3 Treatises

10/16/2017
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By 1520, Martin Luther wanted to reform the nation, the church, and the individual. Recorded on location, listen as Dr. Stephen Nichols explains how three treatises address each of these groups.

Duration: 00:04:59

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