2017 marks a watershed moment in the history of the Church. October 31, 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the monk and his mallet. Martin Luther, a then young Augustinian monk nailed his 95 theses to church door in Wittenberg, Germany. Unforeseen to him, this was the event that fanned the Protestant Reformation into flame. This coming October, we’ll gather to celebrate this event by looking back at it, looking at it’s present influence, and looking at it’s continued importance into the future. 500: Still Reforming will be fantastic, are you coming? It’s free! And yes, just like last year, we’ll be giving away free books again, you won’t want to miss this.
Speaker’s and Messages:
Andrew Jaenichen: The Hammer Heard Round the World – The Events that Led to the Luther’s 95 Theses
Sam Knox: The Great Recovery – Justification by Faith Alone
Matt Noble: Whose Our Priest? The Pope & Jesus Christ
Adam Powers: A Celestial Theater of Grace – Calvin On Corporate Worship
Tanner Cline: Always Reforming – Where Do We Go From Here?
Morning Panel: The Council of Trent – Why the Reformation Isn’t Over
Afternoon Panel: The Reformation and Missions