(PRWEB) January 21, 2005
Question: ÂWhatÂs the most enjoyable way to learn about Christian history?Â
Answer: ÂGo to the places where history happened!Â
On this unique tour, you will: Enjoy daily Bible teaching with Dr. Black; Get an overview of the Reformation with lectures by local experts; Enjoy the medieval richness of Germany, the style of France, and the wonder of Switzerland; Learn about key Reformation figures; Hus, Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli, as well as the Anabaptists; Take a gentle Rhine cruise past fairytale castles; Sample the cuisine in three countries; Meet local believers and attend church in historic Basel; Visit "Rome on the Rhine," a 1,800 year old Roman museum; Marvel at the Schaffhausen waterfalls - Europe's highest!
Known for his love for students and passion for the Scriptures, Dr. Dave Black has been Professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC, since 1998. Dave and his wife lived in Basel, Switzerland in the 1980s while Dave was earning his Doctor of Theology degree from the cityÂs ancient university. He has lectured in many countries, including India, Korea, Spain, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, and at the Universities of Oxford and Leeds in England. The author of over twenty books and hundreds of essays, he edits daveblackonline.com, a website devoted to Ârestoring our biblical and constitutional foundations.Â An avid horseman and Civil War reenactor, he and his wife live on a 123-acre working farm in southern Virginia. Dave looks forward to sharing with you the history and beauty of Europe on our Grand Reformation Tour!
Reformation Tours, LLC is a specialist Christian Tour Company, committed to helping believers explore their Christian heritage in Europe. Our enjoyable, well-planned tours take you to the very places where history happened. You'll learn about who the Reformers were, what they did and why. You'll also have the privilege of meeting with local believers and sharing fellowship. Call our toll-free number 1-800-303-5534 today to find out how you can find out more about your Christian heritage.