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All posts tagged Martin Luther

Happy Reformation Day!

October 31 is considered Reformation Day in the Lutheran Church. (Of which I am a member). October 31, 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther hammering his 95 Theses on the Wittenberg Church door. It’s important to note that Luther was not attempting to overturn the Roman Catholic Church of which he was a […]

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Martin Luther and Modern Times

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Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the Wittenberg Church door 500 years ago. The actual date is October 31, but throughout 2017 Lutherans–of which I am one–will be remembering the monk and his actions. Celebrating for the most part. I don’t actually know a lot about Martin Luther, the person, but I’m learning. Was he a […]

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Martin Luther, The Bible and Me

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Martin Luther nailed a lengthy piece of paper to the Wittenburg church door on October 31, 499 years ago. Luther, a monk, announced his dissatisfaction with the Catholic Church that day and sparked the Reformation of Christianity. His 95 theses declaration changed civilization; some believe for good, some think for bad. Certainly, my life is […]

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