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2. A Rebel Restored
This second programme in the seven-part series focuses on the transition of Luther from searcher, to perceived heretic, to a recognised influence in the development of Europe. Join the journey in the city about which Luther said, “If there is a hell, Rome is built over it.”
In part two of Reformation Journey, Dejan Stojković and Victor Hulbert hit the tourist trail in Rome to discover the remarkable tale of how the memory of a man seen as a heretic in one part of town is now honoured with a small plaque on a main tourist route. How did it happen? More importantly, is faith still alive in a city that thrives on tourism and pilgrimage.
Hulbert and Stojković sit in a street café pondering on the average age of pilgrims – then head off in search of a young Christian. They are surprised by what they find.
Kenneth shares his story of overcoming hardship and adversity, and his reliance on God's timing in giving him the opportunities he's needed at the right moments in his life.
Cancer survivor Lurline Thomas shares her personal journey, and talks about relying on God's strength during her darkest moments.
Maureen shares her story with great openness and honesty, and reflects on her personal journey of faith.