Some parts of the Christian church will recognise the Reformation tomorrow. The legacy of the Reformation is more than the simple theological distinctive of justification by faith; without its impact the western church would be unrecognisable in its worship, ministry, and mission. From an article by Stephen Nichols. What is Reformation Day? It is the …

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May churches will acknowledge the Reformation tomorrow, the Sunday before October 31. Stephen Nichol provides a summary of why. What is Reformation Day? It is the day the light of the gospel broke forth out of darkness. It was the day that began the Protestant Reformation. It was a day that led to Martin Luther, …

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The good news proclaimed at the Reformation in 1517 is still good news in 2017 and beyond. Which is why the Reformation will never really be over, or a thing of the past. From Michael Reeves on why the Reformation still matters: Almost certainly, what confuses people into thinking that the Reformation is a bit …

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Justin Holcomb provides brief paragraphs about fourteen women who participated in the GERMANY Katherine von Bora was a former nun who married Martin Luther. They were married for 21 years and had six children. Her quick tongue, humor, and stubbornness matched Martin’s—no small feat. She managed their home (which was frequently full of students), had …

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If you’re attending Christian worship expecting to learn something from the Bible, that’s a fruit of the Reformation. From Michael Reeves: By the 15th century, only a small percentage of people could expect to hear their priest preach to them regularly in their local parish church. The English reformer Hugh Latimer spoke of “strawberry parsons” …

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Michael Kruger, at his blog Canon Fodder, writes about three protections that the Reformation doctrine of Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone) offers to Christians. Traditionalism: “Church tradition is our guide” Individualism: “My Own Private Bible Interpretation is My Guide” Existentialism: “Who Needs the Bible? Religious Experience is My Guide” Read his explanations here.