Echoes of the Reformation

Remembering the past in order to understand the future.

Chris Hutchison on October 27, 2020

October 31, 2017 is the day that Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany, sparking the Protestant Reformation.

That’s why October 31 is sometimes celebrated as “Reformation Day,” and the Sunday prior as “Reformation Sunday.”

Why would we care about something that happened in Germany 503 years ago? Is the Reformation even relevant for us today?

These are the questions answered by a new video series by the Gospel Coalition called “Echoes of the Reformation.” Available on YouTube or as an app for your Apple TV or Roku, this six-week study on the five “solas” of the Reformation will help you understand where we’ve come from—and where we need to go.

Check out the videos and study guide here:

Chris Hutchison
Chris Hutchison is the lead pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Nipawin, SK. Have any feedback or questions about what you've read here? Send him an email at [email protected]

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