This week in our summer Reformation survey, we look at how God’s saving word came again to England and Scotland in the early 1500s. In our discussion, we’ll mention some more important names from church history: William Tyndale, Henry VIII, Thomas Cranmer, and John Knox. Who were these men, and what part did they play in our Christian history? Why didn’t England go all the way in embracing Reformed Bible teaching? And what surprising assertion do we find in Knox regarding the Christian’s relationship to government? We’ll consider these questions and more.