Reform Boldly

But Believe and Rejoice in the Spirit Working More Boldly Still

When the Protestant Reformation happened, there were so many people with new and different ideas seeking to do church faithfully. This play imagines a conversation about theological differences between major figures like Martin Luther, Teresa of Avila, Huldrych Zwingli, and more! Filled with laughs and surprises, this play is great for youth and adults!

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Image credit:
(Top row from left to right)
“Martin Luther” by Lucas Cranach the Elder, circa 1529.
“Johann Tetzel” by N. Bruhl, 1717.
“Teresa of Avila” by Peter Paul Rubens, 1615.

(Bottom row from left to right)
“Huldrych Zwingli” by Hans Asper, circa 1531.
“Elisabeth Cruciger” artist unknown.
“Conrad Grebel” by Oliver Wendell Schenk, 1972.
“John Calvin” attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger, 16th century.

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