Apr 11, 2014 Edition
The Scottish Reformation
A Broadcast with W. Robert Godfrey
The Protestant Reformation began with Martin Luther in Germany, but it rapidly spread throughout Europe. In some areas, Protestantism was quickly established as the official religion. However, in nations like France and Spain, the Reformation was eventually suppressed by relentless persecution. But persecution was not always able to extinguish the Protestant cause. In Scotland, the Reformation took root in spite of government opposition, largely through the diligent and persistent ministry of John Knox.