This is the final entry in the 2017 “Reformation Relevance” series.
Congregations still may arrange screenings of “Martin Luther: The Idea that Changed the World” at local theaters.
An exhibit at Concordia Historical Institute in St. Louis features rare books and coins from the time of Martin Luther and the Reformation.
The exhibit at Concordia University Chicago featuring 35 items from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries opens Oct. 8.
The Concordia University Chicago event will feature a panel with Cardinal Blase Cupich, left, of the Archdiocese of Chicago and Rev. Dr. Philip Ryken, right, of Wheaton College, as well as LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison.
Three new resources complement those that are already available to help congregations, groups and individuals celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation this fall.
Martin Luther’s emphasis on the biblical Gospel of free forgiveness through faith in Christ, apart from works, is presented in his 1520 “Treatise on Good Works.”
“The Way of Concord: From Historic Text to Contemporary Witness” by the Rev. Dr. Robert Kolb, at right, is intended to deepen understanding of “The Book of Concord.”
Here’s a list of events planned by LCMS congregations, districts and schools to celebrate the special observance.
Read how a Christian’s death “is the beginning of life” in this excerpt from Martin Luther’s “Fourteen Consolations” of 1520.
In the preface to his published German writings, Martin Luther explains why people should concentrate especially on reading the Bible.
The article upon which the Church stands or falls is the doctrine of justification. It is the chief article of Christian doctrine.
An excerpt from a sermon by Martin Luther emphasizes how central the resurrection of Christ is for faith and for the comfort of all Christians.