500 hundred years ago a major shift occurred in the worldview of Western Civilization. The Reformation elicited change in theology, philosophy, politics, civics, economics, the sciences, literature, and so much more. Today the Evangelical Churches continue that great tradition expressed in the five ‘Solas’. But the question needs to asked, has the Reform movement outstayed its welcome? Is Evangelicalism and the conservative theological interpretations that it holds still a vital position in the Modernist/Post-Modern era? Have the fissures caused by the political and ethnic pressures within Roman Catholic Church now become a tempest in a teapot, leaving us room for reconciliation with Rome? Or the Eastern Orthodox? Or is the Faith that Protestants proclaim that same Faith once and for all delivered to the saints and dutifully to be maintained unto all generations?