Friday, October 26, 2012

Reformation Luther-related odds 'n' ends

Howdy friends. At CBC, we're gearing up for a sermon this Sunday on the glorious Biblical truths recovered and highlighted by the Reformers, and a first-ever church-wide Reformation Day celebration next Wednesday.

Triablogue has pointed to a couple of great resources recently, and I wanted to share them with you.

First, Christian Audio is offering a free download of Martin Luther: In His Own Words.

Second, they point to a source dispatching top ten Luther myths.

Third, Roman Catholics officially continue to avoid Luther's devastating Scriptural tear-down of their heresies by pointing to what a flawed man he was. And he was a flawed man. This was never the point; and to my mind it is hardly to Rome's credit that such a flawed man admitted the truth they still ignore and/or pervert. Yet, for what it's worth, there is a site responding in depth with many of the attacks on Luther.

Happy Reformation Day!

1 comment:

trogdor said...

Are you preaching in costume this week? You could go as the door to the Wittenberg Cathedral. All you'd need is this and one of these.