March 22nd, 2017
An Article by Dr. Jefrey Breshears
The Reformation Wall in Geneva, Switzerland
(Excerpt from the introduction)
….However, there was another, darker side of the Reformation era that is often overlooked. The century- and-a-quarter between 1525-1650 was an exceedingly turbulent period in Europe and Britain as numerous bloody and destructive wars raged between Catholics and Protestants – all fought, of course, in the name of the Prince of Peace. For while the Reformation sparked a great deal of intense religious zeal, it also ignited a firestorm of religious bigotry and persecution that generated an unprecedented degree of social and political chaos that shattered the fragile unity of European civilization. Along with positive developments such as the breakup of the Roman Catholic religious monopoly, the emergence of fresh new religious movements that brought spiritual renewal to millions, the reevaluation of antiquated political dogmas such as “royal absolutism” and the “divine right of kings,” and the eventual acceptance of religious tolerance, the excesses of the Reformation inadvertently produced a secular reaction that contributed to the rise of religious skepticism and humanistic rationalism throughout Europe and Britain.
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March 8th, 2017
An Areopagus Forum with
Legal Advisor and Media Analyst,
The Clarion Project
Has new evidence surfaced that
confirms the Biblical narrative?
For generations skeptics have challenged the historicity of Moses and the Exodus, contending that there is no archaeological evidence that supports the Biblical narrative and that the story is mostly (or totally) mythical. However, evidence now suggests that there may in fact be physical remains of the Exodus – but not in the area of the Middle East that has traditionally been attributed to Mt. Sinai.
Join us for this special Areopagus Forum presentation as Jennifer Breedon of the Clarion Project presents the case that there is actual archaeological evidence for the Exodus, but that the true location lies not in the Sinai Desert but in modern-day Saudi Arabia.
Serious Bible scholars, as well as students, will find this presentation to be informative and thought-provoking in its affirmation of Biblical history and the divine inspiration of Scripture.
Perimeter Church, Johns Creek
$10 Suggested Donation
February 7th, 2017
An Areopagus Forum with
President of The Assumptions Institute and
Transparent: How To See Through the Powerful Assumptions That Control You
At the root of every person’s reasoning process are basic assumptions that control everything we say, do, and think. Similarly, there are assumptions embedded in every aspect of our culture that influence each of us every day. Read the rest of this entry »
January 11th, 2017
For 800 years after its founding in the 7th century the Islamic religion spread through conquest and subjugation, and over the past 40 years there has been a revival of Islamic expansion and influence in the world through mass immigration and terrorism. What is the magnitude of this threat, and what do Christians need to know about Islam in order to better understand the historical origins of the Jihadist agenda and what we can do to serve as a source of Light and Truth in the midst of a world that has become increasingly violent and chaotic? Read the rest of this entry »
November 7th, 2016
Celebrate the 500th Anniversary of The Protestant Reformation with Dr. Breshears and Christian Heritage London
April 28 – May 11, 2017 or
September 15 – 28, 2017
Next year, 2017, marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. You can celebrate this important event in Christian history by visiting many of the sites where it actually happened. Dr. Breshears will be leading two separate tours during 2017 to historic locations throughout Switzerland, Germany, England and Scotland.
- Historic Geneva
- St. Pierre’s Cathedral
- Calvin Auditorium
- Calvin’s Academy
- Reformation Museum
- Reformation Wall
- St. Paul’s Cathedral
- St. Martin in the Fields
- University Church
- Wartburg Castle
- Augustinian Monastery
- Wittenburg Castle Church, and its famous door
- Magdalen Church
- Greyfriar’s Church and Cemetary
- St. Giles Cathedral
- John Knox House
- Edinburgh Castle
- St. Andrews
All details and full itinerary are available in the PDF pamphlet available here.
October 14th, 2016
Alliance Defending Freedom
Religious liberty is the bedrock principle upon which our country was founded, but that principle is increasingly under attack by a coalition of secular forces that want to ban Christian beliefs from our public square and limit freedom of religion to mere “freedom of worship.”
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