Center's Mission & Story

Although the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century took many different forms, all these approaches to ecclesiastical renewal were closely related. They were a family of reformations. Of course, as siblings, while having the same source, each movement still developed in its own unique way. By comparing their similarities and differences, we can better understand the Reformation as a whole and the insights its message offers the church and society today.

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Wittenberg Center for Reformation Studies

Dr. Andreas Stegmann

Dunckerstr. 34, D-10439 Berlin

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