Reformation Day


Today is Reformation Day. The day that Martin Luther nailed the 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. It has given birth to Protestantism (btw, do you know what you are protesting about?).

Some questions I have,

What if the Reformation did not take place? What would we call people who believe in the doctrines of grace? What about the Arminians? Would there be Lutheran churches?

Anyway, Challies has invited posting on the subject at his Reformation symposium

Ligonier Ministries is offering Max McLean’s recording of Martin Luther’s Here I Stand; Thabiti Anyabwile; Luke Wood; Rebecca Writes; Travis; This Fire and the Rose; Jason Furtak; Heather; Ed Goode; Pastor David Hansen; Chris Hamer-Hodges; I See Daylight; Paul Huxley; Peter Bogert; Mark Horne; Doctrine Matters; Carla Rolfe; Andrew Hong; Justified Sinner; Spiritual Kung Fu; Steve Weaver; John Dekker; Eternal Weight of Glory; Colossians Three Sixteen; Vine and Fig; Such Small Hands; Fish and Cans; Paul Shirley; William Dicks; Darryl Dash; John Samson; C.R. Biggs; John Divito; Josh Rives; Kim from Hiraeth; Steve Adkins; Cap Stewart; Godsong Music; J.D. Wetterling; titus2talk; The Blue Fish Project; Joel Tuininga; The Schooley Files; The Legacy of the Reformation; Voice of the Sheep; Stepping Heavenward; White Horse Inn; Eternally Significant; Phillip Way; Aspiring Theologian; Candy in Sierra; New Lumps; A Woman Who Fears The Lord; Sweet Tea & Theology; The Bible Archive; Under Sovereign Grace.


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