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Theologian Spotlight: Martin Luther

This post in the Theologian Spotlight series was guest written by Emilee Snyder, a graduate student at Princeton Theological Seminary, whom I’ve had the pleasure of studying Christianity alongside for 3 years – and someone personally shaped by our figure for this week, Martin Luther. 1,878 more words


Commemoration, Celebration, Remembrance? How to mark historical anniversaries

by Karin Maag.

Anyone who has studied the Reformation in a history class has undoubtedly heard the story of Martin Luther nailing his ninety-five theses on indulgences to the door of the castle church in Wittenberg in 1517. 866 more words


Reformation Bowl 2015 - Lexington, SC

October 31st is Reformation Day.

In celebration, we, as the reformers would have wanted it, go bowling.

Sola Scriputra

Sola Fide

Sola Gratia

Sola Christus… 23 more words

Martin Luther

Hating Self Towards Repentance in the Gospel

Reformation Day just passed. As a late celebration, I thought we would consider one thesis from Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses. Luther’s fourth thesis of his Ninety-Five Theses says, 406 more words


What was the significance of the 95 Theses?

What were the 95 Theses?

According to historic legend, Martin Luther posted a document on the door of the Wittenberg Church on the 31st October 1517; a document later referred to as the 95 Theses. 1,486 more words

Early Modern History

Martin Luther, Scatology, and the Wittenberg Door

Reforming humor?

Everyone who gets this joke wins the internet. All of it.


Martin Luther's 95 Theses Remembered

Today we remember Martin Luther, a priest and scholar, who, on October 31, 1517, on the doors of the All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, Germany, nailed his 95 theses. 2,834 more words

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