While the heathen celebrate their darkness, let’s celebrate the light of the Reformation on this 490th anniversary of Luther’s posting of his 95 Theses on the church door in Wittenburg.
Here are a few items for your reading pleasure to commemorate the day:
Wikipedia’s entry on Reformation Day.
Watch the Reformation Polka.
Jim Kang shares Luther’s thoughts on Lazy Pastors and Preachers.
Scope out (or listen) to John Piper’s biographical sketch of Martin Luther.
Reformed Baptist Fellowship offers a list of Major Dates and Events Surrounding and Involving the Reformation.
Semper Reformanda highlights one of the lesser-known figures, the pre-Reformer John Huss. “On the 490th anniversary of Luther’s nailing of the 95 Theses on the church door in Wittenburg, we also celebrate John Huss, an early advocate of sola Scriptura, who was willing to die a martyr’s death for the One who had died for him.”
Tim Challies also has lots of good love at his Reformation Day Symposium.
Do you have anything Reformation related to add for our reading pleasure?