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Reformation Day Special 2016

Category Announcements
Date October 25, 2016

reformation day specials

As we celebrate the 499th anniversary of the Reformation, the Banner is offering some great prices on Reformation themed books through Oct 31st.

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4 Key Questions

What was the Reformation?

Does the doctrine of justification matter?

Who were the Reformers?

Do you really know Knox and Calvin?


Two Reformation Sets

Get to know the real Calvin and Knox through their collected writings.

 


The Doctrine of Justification by Faith Alone

Referring to the doctrine of justification by faith alone, Martin Luther said, ‘On this article rests all we teach and practice.’ John Calvin also commented that justification is ‘the main hinge on which religion turns.’

 


Surveys of Reformation History

These books will give you an overview of Reformation events, the men involved and the exciting progress of the Gospel throughout the 16th century.

 


Biographies of Reformers

Become acquainted with the men God used to bring about the Reformation.

 

Remember, these special prices are only available through October 31st. Also, each order placed, for the first 48 hours of the promotion, will receive a free book from the Banner. Happy Reformation Week!

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