5 Minutes in Church History, New from Stephen Nichols and Reformation Trust

from Jul 11, 2019 Category: Reformation Trust

The history of the church is filled with stories. Stories of triumph, stories of defeat, stories of joy, and stories of sorrow. In 5 Minutes in Church History, Dr. Stephen Nichols provides forty snapshots of the church through the centuries. You’ll meet fascinating saints, travel to curious places, examine precious artifacts, and watch as surprising turns of events unfold.

This lively and informative journey not only captures the richness of Christian history, but also reveals a record of God’s providence and faithfulness to His people. It’s a story to encourage, challenge, and even entertain. This is our story—our family history. 

“One of the great dangers the church faces is moving into the future without being firmly anchored in the past. It is essential that as we look forward we also look back, and for this reason I’m especially thankful for Stephen Nichols. He has deep knowledge, a skilled pen, and a contagious enthusiasm. I highly recommend his book and the podcast from which it originated.”

—Tim Challies
Founding blogger of Challies.com, a pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Toronto, 

You can also listen to Dr. Nichols’ 5 Minutes in Church History podcast on which this book is based. Listen online or subscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle Play, or wherever you get your podcasts.

We recently sat down with Dr. Nichols and asked him why this church history is important for all Christians. Watch as he answers in this brief clip.

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Dr. Stephen J. Nichols is president of Reformation Bible College, chief academic officer for Ligonier Ministries, and a Ligonier Ministries teaching fellow. He is host of the podcasts 5 Minutes in Church History and Open Book. He is author of numerous books, including For Us and for Our SalvationPeaceA Time for Confidence5 Minutes in Church History, and volumes in the Guided Tour series on Jonathan Edwards, Martin Luther, and J. Gresham Machen. He is coeditor of The Legacy of Luther and Crossway’s Theologians on the Christian Life series. He is on Twitter at @DrSteveNichols.