On 31st October 1517, Martin Luther famously nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the castle church in Wittenberg. He had become deeply concerned about the souls of his fellow people and he felt he needed to take action against the abuses of the Church.
Luther was not expecting to start a Reformation that day but many view it as a pivotal moment in the important events that would follow. Therefore more than 500 years later, many celebrate this moment on ‘Reformation Day’. Why not use this Reformation Day to remember – and revel in- the Biblical truths that were recovered?
Why not use our free resources below to feed your soul?
10 minute Church History video podcast
In episodes 17 & 18 of our popular 10-minute Church History podcast series watch our very own Revd Dr Ian Hamilton taking you through Luther’s life – his personal agonising search for salvation, the bold stands he took, the works God enabled him to accomplish, and his legacy to the Church. (Subscribe to our YouTube Channel to receive notifications of new free resources be added)
Unique Ian Hamilton Reformation lectures
We filmed Revd Dr Ian Hamilton giving his week-long class on the Reformation to our students. If you would like to delve deeper into the exciting truths of the Reformation why join the waiting list for this unique resource by simply registering here. This unique resource is available for a donation of any amount to the seminary.