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The Eve of Reformation

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The Protestant Reformation forever changed the history and landscape of the church. Its effects are still felt to this day. Some have wondered whether it is over or whether it is needed any longer? The answers to these questions are clear: YES!  Read the rest of this entry »


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The Approach of Reformation Day

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There is within the human mind, and indeed by natural instinct, an awareness of divinity.

(John Calvin, The Institutes of the Christian Religion, I.III.I.)

Monday is Reformation Day. Yes, I know for most, it is Halloween. Which of course, it is. But it is also, and more importantly, Reformation Day. Though my girls may disagree with me on this, after all, you do not get a lot of candy in celebration of Reformation Day! But, what you do get is important theology! But, in fairness, that doesn’t quite taste the same as M&Ms or Milk Duds! Read the rest of this entry »


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Happy Hallow . . . I Mean, Reformation Day!


For we Protestants, October 31st, 1517 is one of the most seminal dates in all of history. This is the day that we celebrate Martin Luther nailing his 95 Theses to the church door in Whittenberg, Germany. For all intense and purposes, this even spurred an event that would become known as the Protestant Reformation. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on October 31, 2015 in Christian, Grace in the Everyday


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