In this brief video interview, Ashley Null discusses the important work of Thomas Cranmer during the English Reformation. He highlights how the Pauline epistles and St. Augustine’s writings affected Cranmer’s renewed understanding of the gospel.
In this video from The Davenant Institute, Bradford Littlejohn discusses the martyrdom of Thomas Cranmer.
Clair Ridgway, author of On this Day in Tudor History discusses the introduction of the Book of Common Prayer on June 9, 1549.
Dr. Lee Gatiss gives a historical view of Thomas Cranmer’s doctrinal position on the Lord’s Supper.