Bill Lliorca wraps up the second part of a talk he gave at a Reformation celebration in Wabash recently.
Pastor Nate Harlan takes an additional week to study the particular theses that got Martin Luther in so much trouble — especially those that outline a true Biblical view of repentence.
Pastor Nate Harlan wraps up our study on Luther’s 95 Theses with an overview of the entire document.
“The work of pastors is absolutely essential to the work of reformation.”
In his third sermon on the Reformation, Pastor Nate Harlan looks to Scripture to exhort us that the way to reformation happens when pastors do their jobs of humbling us, unifying us, and protecting us.
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.
Pastor Nate Harlan delivers this second sermon on the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. We study how the reformers returned to the faithful preaching of the cross, which is what brings about true reformation. If we modern-day American Christians are to continue the work of reformation in our day, then it absolutely must begin here, with the faithful preaching of Christ and Him crucified.
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 lifeContinue reading “The Reformation: The ‘Treasury of Merit’”
Five hundred years after the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, we can see that reformation is still a need in our day. What is there for us to do? What is the captivity is our day and age and what is the key to loosening the chains? Study along with Pastor Nate Harlan to hear what the Reformers have to teach us on loving truth in this Reformation series called More Than Conquerors.
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 Luther to post his Ninety-Five Theses.
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