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A Reformation Day Symposium

October 31, gives us a chance to commemorate the day that Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the Wittenburg Church door. This year will be the 489th anniversary of that day.

Tim Challies is calling for a symposium on Reformation Day by Christian bloggers. October 31, is also known as Reformation Day. Tim wrote:

In recognition of the significance of this day, I would like to suggest that Christian bloggers mark October 31 with reflections on Reformation Day. You may want to reflect on a person, an event, or a particular point of theology. The topic is wide open, so long as it somehow ties in to Reformation Day. And remember, you do not need to be Reformed to appreciate the Reformation and all it stood for. If you do not have a blog of your own, but would still like to participate, why not ask another blogger if you can “guest” on his site that day (which is not to say that I am offering my blog for this purpose!).

For those that may need a kick-start, check out my post on The Reformation – Unleashing salvation from October 19, 2005. You can also read my post on how the church has neglected the Reformation.

HT: Justin Taylor


I linked to the wrong post before instead of the one that is linked now –
The Reformation – Unleashing salvation. Hope this does not create too much confusion!

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