Learning From the Reformers Teaching Series – October 2017
On 31st October 1517, the German Monk Martin Luther nailed 95 statements against indulgences to the door of the castle church in Wittenburg. Back then, this was the way to start a public discussion on a topic. An indulgence was a document issued by the church which declared that a person’s sins were forgiven. Indulgences could be bought for money and Luther’s 95 theses rightly condemned their sale as a corrupt practice that had no connection with the real way to be saved from sin. His arguments began the Reformation of the Church in Europe. On the Sundays in October to mark the 500th anniversary of this event, Christ Church Heiloo is seeking to learn from the Reformers by focusing on these great truths found in their teaching: Salvation is by Faith and Grace alone, revealed in Scripture alone and given through Christ alone.
|Learning From the Reformers – October Teaching Series|
|Sunday 1st Oct 17.00||
The Beginning of the Reformation, 31st October 1517:
The Life of Martin Luther
|Dr. Tom Marinello|
|Sunday 8th Oct 17.00||Salvation is by Grace and Faith Alone||Revd Francis Blight|
|Sunday 15th Oct 17.00||The Way of Salvation is found in Scripture Alone||Revd Canon Alan Strange|
|Sunday 22nd Oct 17.00||Salvation is through Christ Alone||Revd Francis Blight|
|Sunday 29th Oct 17.00||Sola Dei Gloria: Glory to God Alone in His Fallen World||Dr. Drake Williams|
This five minute YouTube video tells the story of Martin Luther’s life using playmobil figures! Enjoy!