The history of the Church shows that disagreements, heresies, and reformations were present from the beginning. What was it about the early sixteenth century that allowed the Reformation to be something more? Dr. Benjamin Wiker, Associate Professor of Political Science and Human Life Studies at Franciscan University of Steubenville and author of “The Reformation 500 Years Later: 12 Things You Need to Know,” explains how recognizing the causes of the Reformation on both sides can aide greater Christian unity today.