Refo Thursday from Christian History magazine. For the next year, culminating in October 2017 to coincide with the 500th anniversary of Luther’s 95 Theses, we’re going to share Refo Thursday blog posts. “We are beggars: that’s the truth” - blog on Martin Luthers’ last recorded words.
Reformed and Always Reforming...Even 499 Years Later, by Chris Gehrz. Patheos.com
Articles (print and online)
From Conflict to Communion | Lutheran-Catholic Commemoration of the Reformation in 2017. This downloadable report of the Lutheran-Roman Catholic Commission on Unity is available in English, Finnish, French, German, Polish, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish, Norwegian, and Hungarian
Scholars Suggest How to Remember the Reformation Seven scholars, pastors, and musicians discuss how Protestants and Catholics can and should together observe the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in 2017. From the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.
Commemorating the Reformation for the 500th Time A Compelling Pastoral and Discipleship Opportunity by John D. Witvliet
Our 95 Theses: Hispanic Perspectives on the Protestant Reformation, interview and a new book by Latino and Latina Protestants, Catholics and Pentecostals explores that legacy.
Forty Day Journey with Martin Luther, drawing from the vast collection of Luther's sermons and other works, this includes a short introduction to Luther's life, journal-writing exercises and daily prayers. A rich resource for personal meditation or small group discussion.
Lifting Hearts to the Lord: Worship with John Calvin in Sixteenth-Century Geneva, by Karin Maag. A print publication that brings together a wealth of primary sources to examine worship as it was taught and practiced in John Calvin’s Geneva. (Eerdmans Publication, 2016)
Our 95 Theses: Hispanic Perspectives on the Protestant Reformation, a new book by Latino and Latina Protestants, Catholics and Pentecostals explores that legacy.
Reformation Questions, Reformation Answers, 95 Key Events, People, and Issues, by Donald K. McKim. Published in time for the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation, this new resource will help readers understand a critical moment in Christian history that still deeply affects who the church is today.