Happy Reformation Day

Today is the anniversary of the day when Martin Luther nailed the 95 Thesis to the church door at Wittenberg. That was arguably the beginning of the Protestant Reformation.

There are some great give-aways and promotions on the web to celebrate:

The Listener’s Bible is giving away a free mp3 download of Luther’s “Here I Stand” speech. (Offer ends Nov. 1.)

Ligonier Minsitries advertizes a special price on case quanitities of "The Holiness of God" by R. C. Sproul. The chapter in this book called “The Insanity of Luther” is worth the price of a whole case, and you would have some left over for friends.

And what better way to celebrate than with study of some current issues on justification by faith:

Find Christianity Today’s “Not All Evangelicals and Catholics Together” here.

Find links to a Michael Scott Horton review of N. T. Wright’s theories on justification here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A Happy Reformation Day to you as well, J.K.!

Thanks for the links and recognition of a great event (one of the greatest).

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