Category Archives: Martin Luther

Good reasons to keep on celebrating (and studying the historical and theological issues) the Protestant Reformation of 1517

http://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/2017/05/good-reasons-to-keep-on-celebrating.html

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Martin Luther and The Protestant Reformation

  2. Some Historical Context for the word, “Protestant” – at Triablogue, by John Bugay. 3.  Resources on the Reformation at Desiring God.org.  

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The Reformation, Martin Luther, the 95 Theses, and the Trial at Worms

Nothing like the scholarly articles of James Swan, . . . but . . . A Montage of scenes from the 2003 Movie, Luther, starring Joseph Fiennes as Martin Luther.  The Montage begins with the 95 theses in 1517, and … Continue reading

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Martin Luther’s speech at the Diet (Trial) of Worms, 1521

This includes a historical summary and Luther’s prayer the night before he had to give his final answer.  He asked for one more day to contemplate his answer. The famous part at the end of his speech: “Unless I am … Continue reading

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