In 1523 London could number its citizens by the thousands, its crimes by the hundreds and its places of worship by the scores.
To some Christians the name ‘John Calvin’ may evoke an image of an austere and divisive figure, fanatical about one particular doctrine.
The BBC has unveiled a statue of George Orwell, the journalist, author, thinker and political theorist.
Martin Luther, the man called “chief among the Reformers”, was the focus of our first Autumn Lecture last night.
In the final part of our Reformation series, Dr Sharon James looks at freedom of conscience and religion.
Dr Sharon James, The Christian Institute’s Social Policy Analyst, reflects on Britain’s shameful anniversary.