Luther’s 95 Theses for Salvation and the Biblical Counseling Coalition’s 95 Affirmations for Sanctification On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his now famous 95 Theses to the door of the All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, Germany. In doing so, Luther was launching a reformation in how the church understood the gospel of Christ’s grace for
While we often see Luther as a theologian-reformer, he envisioned himself as a pastor not only engaged in the pulpit ministry of the Word—preaching, but also in the personal ministry of the Word—counseling.
Do You Know the Heroes of Black Church History? Recently, I posted a blog on 215 Resources for Community Ministry and Racial Reconciliation. Today, I’m following up on that resource with 220 Resources on Black Church History in America. As many of you know, I love church history. I’ve recently written on the history of
Martin Luther not only reformed theology; his understanding of the gospel reformed daily Christian living, biblical counseling, pastoral counseling, one-another ministry, and soul care.
In 1519, Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the church door in Wittenberg, launching the Protestant Reformation. For the 500th Anniversary of that world-changing event, I’ve collated 95 Martin Luther quotes from my book: Counseling Under the Cross: How Martin Luther Applied the Gospel to Daily Life.
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