Early Lutheran/Orthodox Dialog After The Reformation
June 22, 2014 Length: 1:33:54
Most Christians are not aware that in the latter part of the 16th century, early Lutheran Reformers—close colleagues and followers of Martin Luther—set in motion an eight year contact and correspondence with the (then) Ecumenical Patriarch, Jeremias II of Constantinople. The outcome might have changed the course of Christian history. Kevin Allen speaks with scholar Dr Paraskeve (Eve) Tibbs about this fascinating and largely unknown chapter in post-Reformation history.
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