Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

Martin Luther Unleashed

Completely freed from the authority of Papal Rome, Luther’s own authority begins to grow, as do political power plays and struggles against rivals.


Completely freed from the authority of Papal Rome, Luther’s own authority begins to grow, as do political power plays and struggles against rivals.

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The Reformation Grows

Was the Protestant movement a sincere attempt to restore New Testament Christianity? Do the “fruits” show that it was motivated and guided by the Spirit of God? Read the startling TRUTH in this fourth installment of Dr. Roderick C. Meredith’s series of articles drawing back the curtain on the Protestant Reformation!


Was the Protestant movement a sincere attempt to restore New Testament Christianity? Do the “fruits” show that it was motivated and guided by the Spirit of God? Read the startling TRUTH in this fourth installment of Dr. Roderick C. Meredith’s series of articles drawing back the curtain on the Protestant Reformation!

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A Life of Faith

A Life of Faith

Dr. Roderick Meredith was one of the first evangelists ordained by Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong in 1952 and spent 64 years in the ministry. His life was a life of faith and service, preaching the “Good News” of the coming Kingdom of God and serving God’s Church around the world. He died May 18, 2017. This telecast is a tribute to him.

The Break with Rome

 This third installment of our special series on the truth behind the Protestant Reformation details the events that finally led Luther to break with the papacy!


 This third installment of our special series on the truth behind the Protestant Reformation details the events that finally led Luther to break with the papacy!

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Setting the Stage for Revolution

 This special series on the truth behind the Protestant Reformation continues! In this installment we see many of the motivations—including political and financial—for religious revolution. 


 This special series on the truth behind the Protestant Reformation continues! In this installment we see many of the motivations—including political and financial—for religious revolution. 

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