The Worldwide Anglican and Reformed Churches both chose to mark the 500th anniversary of Luther’s theses by endorsing an agreement written by Lutheran and Roman Catholic theologians: […]Continue reading »
An A to Z of 500 Reformations: What was “The Reformation”? Who was “Martin Luther”?
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October 1517 is remembered in the popular imagination as the moment Luther posted his objections about church practice. Writing soon after Luther’s death, Philipp Melanchthon […]Continue reading »
Talk about “Reformation” often reflects the speaker’s view. A 1617 cartoon shows Luther as powerful hero, using his pen to upset the powers-that-be. It supports […]Continue reading »
LUTHER WHO? In 2017, the average household may know more about Idris Elba than the sixteenth-century reformer: MARTIN LUTHER. Born in 1483, Martin Luther has […]Continue reading »