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95:The Ideas That Birthed the Reformation

My Review:

I grew up in a Baptist Church not knowing anything about the Reformation or Martin Luther. I read a little about him in school but found out more when I started studying Theology at Liberty University. 905 more words

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The Word

I have always been indebted to words,

Providing knowledge, power and strength.

These words bestrew thoughts and concepts

Through a means of pure intent.

I used to use words out of pride and ambition, 103 more words

95 Theses

Is Global Jihad the Beginning of an Islamic Reformation?

Two noteworthy events occurred on October 31, 2017. One was an Islamist attack in lower Manhattan – near the site of the World Trade Center – that killed 8 people. 957 more words

Radical Islam

Mennonites are not Protestants

I applaud the sincerity and courage of Martin Luther when he nailed his 95 theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg 500 years ago. 349 more words

Faith And Life

Reflections on the 95 Theses

My daughter was recently given a Kindle. This device stores a thousand books, uses electronic ink, and allows me to track her reading progress. Isn’t it amazing how reading technology has advanced? 746 more words

Christianity

500 years of truth continue on

Martin Luther got it right.

Luther, a German monk born in 1483, discovered that his church was teaching heresies, according to the Bible. His passion for Biblical truth became so strong, he eventually, nailed his “95 Theses” to the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg. 3,911 more words

A Significant 500 Year Anniversary

This past Tuesday was the 500 year anniversary of Martin Luther’s famous 95 Theses.

According to tradition the German Monk and Bible Professor challenged the Pope to a debate on 95 issues by nailing them to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany. 633 more words

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