The Reformation had far-reaching effects not only for the church but also for every aspect of society and culture.
How have those effects played out in the 500 years since the Reformation began? What implications do they have for us today?
While acknowledging that significant differences still divide Protestants and Catholics, have we learned anything from each other in the past half-millennium? And can we somehow get past lingering caricatures of each other’s positions to find the common ground we all share as we seek to bear a credible witness for the Lord before the watching world?