The September 2012 issue of Tabletalk features articles examining the twelfth century as it relates to the church and its constituents. The church witnessed a surprising number of developments in the twelfth century, both within its own walls and without. From the rise of Islam throughout the Western world to the influx of heresies in continental Europe, the twelfth century proved a dynamic time of change. Altough many different individiuals, such as Peter Abeland and Bernard of Clairvaux, helped produce these changes, they all contributed to the momentum in the church that led to the Reformation.
Contributors include R.C. Sproul along with Nicholas R. Needham, Gregg R. Allison, W. Andrew Hoffecker, Stephen J. Nichols, W. Robert Godfrey, Erik Raymond, R.C. Sproul Jr., Eric J. Alexander, Anthony T. Selvaggio, Sarah Pulliam Bailey and Carl Trueman.