A LIVING DOG OR A DEAD LION: Reformation 500 Blogs Part 2

The 16th Century controversy which engulfed Germany and Martin Luther may seem far removed from the tranquility of Lough Erne in the 6th Century. Appearances, however, are deceiving. Although 1,000 years of history separates the two locations, there is a rich vein of truth that unites 16th Century Wittenberg with Ireland and Lough Erne inContinue reading “A LIVING DOG OR A DEAD LION: Reformation 500 Blogs Part 2”