The Next Great Reformation: Reclaiming Jesus’ everlasting kingdom

Bibliographic information:

Noe, John. The Next Great Reformation: Reclaiming Jesus’ Everlasting Kingdom. Indianapolis, IN.: East2West Press: 2017.



About every 500 years, a pivotal event and revolutionary upheaval has transpired in Christian history. It’s termed “the 500-year cycle.”

On October 31, 1517 (allegedly), Martin Luther nailed his “95 Theses” to the door of his home church in Wittenberg, Germany. This event launched the Protestant or Great Reformation. Unfortunately, that Reformation stopped far short, addressing only one of the two great works of the Messiah—that of salvation. It ignored Jesus’ everlasting kingdom.

Therefore, on this 500th anniversary in 2017, wouldn’t it be just like God to launch The Next Great Reformation? In this booklet, you will discover:

• Why the central teaching of Jesus is no longer central of most of his Church.
• Why Jesus’ kingdom is caught up in conflict and confusion.
• A historical comparative between 1517 and 2017.
• The nailing of these “96 New Theses” for discussion and debate.
• How we Christians could turn the world upside down again.
• “For such a time as this.”


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