Martin Luther’s insights into Holy Scripture sparked a Reformation, but the sparks would not have spread the fire of reform if …
Visitors to Wittenberg in 2022 can take the same walk and experience how small the area is in which the events of the Reformation unfolded.
The past five years have given Christians around the world opportunities to mark the 500th anniversaries of a series of significant events …
A poem celebrating Martin Luther’s famous stand before the Holy Roman Emperor during the Diet of Worms on April 18, 1521.
The October Lutheran Witness reflects on the book of Galatians: its historical context, its impact on the Reformation, and its message of Good News for Christians.
Reformation Day reminds us that the blood Jesus shed for us on the cross sets us free. Jesus got it right. And, eventually, so did Luther.
Celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and learn about the 95 Theses, Luther’s rose, “A Mighty Fortress” and more in this month’s Lutheran Witness.
If the future of the Church depends upon us, then we are sunk.
Wherever the Gospel and Sacraments are—enough to bring people to true faith in the true Jesus—there is the Church.
The early Lutherans were also diligent to keep the traditional practices and ceremonies of the church, as long as these did not conflict with the Gospel of grace.
The real story of the Reformation is about the march of the Church of Jesus Christ in the face of impossible odds — thirsting for Christ and His means of grace, trusting in the Bible as God’s inerrant Word, struggling in the North but growing tremendously in the South.