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500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation! What is the big deal you might ask? Well, Martin Luther started a movement among Christian scholars, and common Christians which lead them to many of the truths we take for granted today. These are usually referred to as the five solas (Sola Scriptura (Scripture alone), Sola Fide (Faith alone), Sola Gratia (Grace alone), Sola Christus (Christ alone), Soli Deo Gloria (Glory to God alone). By his declartion in the form of 95 thesis, which he posted on the church door in Wittenberg, Germany, October 31, 1517, he risk his life in protesting the Catholic Church teachings, and started a church reformation which we enjoy today. To learn more about Martin Luther and other heroes of the reformation click on the links below.
Happy 500th Birthday, Protestant Reformation!
by Ryan Duncan
Martin Luther: The Monk Who Stood against an Empire and Changed the World
by Bethany Blankley
Here We Stand – From Desiring God
Have you heard? They have a whole new museum of the Bible in Washington D.C., it’s called the Museum of the Bible. This 430,000 square foot building dedicated to the Bible allows visitors to learn about the Bible and how it has impacted peoples and nations throughout history with the latest use of technology and visual displays. It’s an eight floor building just overlooking the Capital building all about the Bible and its influence. To see the a video about the museum click here. Also read below to learn about the Scriptorium at The Holy Land Experience.
And if that is too far for you to go learn about the Bible, consider visiting the Scriptorium at The Holy Land Experience near Orlando, Florida, especially now during the Christmas holiday. “The walk-through experience of The Scriptorium transports visitors to various historical and geographical areas of the world, in which the displayed biblical documents originated, and gives guests a dramatic understanding of the history of the Bible, its parallel to the history of civilization, and its impact upon the world.”
Have you read your bible today? If not, click here and join us reading through the Bible with C.C.C.’s on Bible Reading Plan.
Do you enjoy and cherish reading your Bible? Do you find the Bible difficult to read and understand sometimes? Now imagine you had to learn another language to read and understand the Bible? Thank God many have given their lives physically, and many have devoted their lives to making the Bible available in every language. Wycliffe Bible Translators is one of those organizations and they celebrate their 75th anniversary this year. To learn about their anniversary we encourage you to click here and read this short article by Veronica Neffinger. Also you can learn about John Wycliffe by clicking here and reading Stephen Nichols' article at the Desiring God ministry website. And finally to learn about the Wycliffe Bible Translators click here or on there logo above.