The Most Dangerous Man in Tudor England – A Review and Rundown

| June 7, 2013

The Most Dangerous Man in Tudor England – A Review and Rundown

Having studied the history of Christianity at university, I was really looking forward to watching this programme on Bible translator and condemned heretic William Tyndale. As Melvyn Bragg stated, Tyndale is one of the greatest men in English history, yet not many people have even heard of him. This programme set out to put that […]

The Boleyns and Religion Webinar

| January 23, 2012

The Boleyns and Religion Webinar

This Thursday, the 26th January, I will be holding a webinar (online talk) for Anne Boleyn Fellowship members on “The Boleyns and Religion”. I will be exploring such questions as:- Were the Boleyns really “more Lutheran than Luther himself”? Was their faith personal or was it politically motivated? What evidence is there of their beliefs? […]

Martin Luther and Anne Boleyn

| January 3, 2012

Martin Luther and Anne Boleyn

On this day in history, 3rd January 1521, Pope Leo X issued the papal bull Decet Romanum Pontificem excommunicating Reformer, German priest and professor of theology Martin Luther from the Catholic Church. The Pope had asked Luther to retract his Ninety-Five Theses (full name: The Ninety-Five Theses on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences or […]