The Reformation: ‘Do Penance’ or ‘Repent’?

October 29: We continue our multi-week study celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by taking a closer look at the Roman church’s sacrament of penance and how Luther’s study of the Greek New Testament was the inciting incident of the Reformation.

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The Reformation: The ‘Treasury of Merit’

October 22: We continue our multi-week study celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by looking at how it answers questions that we face in present-day America. Today, we consider the history of the “treasury of merit” as promulgated by Pope Clement VI in 1343 and how dangerous the idea is to the life of the Christian.

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The Reformation: Indulgences and Luther

October 15: We begin a multi-week study celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by looking at how it answers questions that we face in present-daye America. Today, we consider how the Roman church’s use of indulgences drove Martin Luther to post his Ninety-Five Theses.

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