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Doing Life Together: A Priesthood of All Believers

Fifty million American adults attend faith-based small groups regularly, according to a 2016 survey of the U.S. Census Bureau.1 Yet just over 500 years...

The Source of Revolution

October 31, 1517 is the 500th anniversary of a revolution. It began when a young, obscure theologian in an insignificant town in Germany rediscovered...

The Call to Reformation

When Martin Luther wrote his 95 theses, I imagine he had little thought about how it would affect not only his life and the...

How the Reformation Shapes our Life Together

Last Spring I was planting vegetables and noticed printed on the plastic wrapper around one tomato plant the slogan, “Deep roots produce abundant fruits.”...

Commemorating the Reformation in “Post-Christian” Europe?

The debate over the meaning of Reformation jubilees or commemorations is an old one. Such celebrations can be put to different uses and interpreted...

Seeking A Correctible Conscience

Had things gone differently for Luther at the Diet of Worms—where he was on trial before representatives of Pope Leo X and Emperor Charles...

A Reforming Recommendation

The year 2017 is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Half a millennium has passed since Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the...

Learning to Speak Thoughtfully of Jesus: Calvin’s Way With Heretics

Most Christians have a basic understanding of the issues that led to the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century. Yet we all tend to...

A Reformation Day Sermon

“For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a...

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