Fifteen Minutes That Changed the World: Thoughts on the Festival of the Reformation, October 31
From Paul T. McCain over at Cyberbrethren.com. The following is a reprint of an article that he wrote a few years ago on Luther’s posting of the 95 Theses on the door of the Wittenberg Church, an act which change the very course of history, and shook western civilization from top to bottom. From the very beginning, Luther sought a forum in which to debate and discuss the teaching and practice of the church on penance and indulgences. Time and again he was refused. Yet the Word of God would not be contained. It continued to work when and where He willed, and the course of civilization and the life of the church was changed forever. For good or ill, we are the heirs of the Reformation. We bear the responsibility and the charge for carrying forward the Gospel of salvation by Grace through Faith for the sake of Christ alone to the next generation. Lord make us worthy to stand with those who have gone before us. Fifteen Minutes That Changed the World: Thoughts on the Festival of the Reformation, October 31.
Posted on October 31, 2010, in Pentecost or the Time of the Church, The Church Year and tagged Catholic Church, God, Gospel, Lutheran, Martin Luther, Reformation Day, The Ninety-Five Theses, Wittenberg. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.