Post Tagged as ‘Martin Luther’

Martin Luther’s Posting of the 95 Theses and Its Results

by Andrew Lindsey On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther—a monk, who was also a university professor in Bible and theology—posted the 95 Theses against indulgences on the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. The 95 Theses were originally written in Latin; these written assertions were intended to form the basis for debates among theological professors and church leaders. Two weeks after the 95 Theses were posted, however, some of Luther’s students translated the Theses into German and gave them to a printer. Soon, nearly everyone in Germany was discussing and debating the Theses. Within the 95 Theses, Luther questioned […]

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Books Worth Reading: The Life, Teaching, and Legacy of Martin Luther by Andrew J. Lindsey

It is with great personal excitement that, in this edition of “Books Worth Reading,” I get to present you with a book on Martin Luther by my good friend, Andrew Lindsey. As many of you know, Andrew Lindsey was a member of Kosmosdale Baptist Church for approximately six years, and I have had the joy of sitting under his teaching ministry in our Aletheia Sunday School class in years past. Though Andrew has now moved to Atlanta, he is still using his gifts to serve the church at large. Specifically, Andrew has used his background in church history to produce […]

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