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William

The Reformation PiggyBackers

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What I really think is funny about this video is its similarity to the debates we get caught up in sometimes. We become so engulfed in them. To reflect a moment in others while watching the video can be quite humbling. I hope people got a laugh out of this as much as I did.

 

I also find Calvin hilarious because I often forget he was French and could of sounded just like the cartoon depicted.

 

God bless,

William

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This is one of my favorite Lutheran Satires! :classic_laugh: On a more serious note, I like the way they lined the Reformers up, with Luther and his theses first, followed by Zwingli, then followed by Calvin and finally rounded up with King Henry VIII. Hans Fiene did a pretty good job in summarizing the quarrel between the Lutherans, Zwinglians, Calvinists and Anglicans, as well.

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