Marking the 500th anniversary of the protestant reformation, the 2017 Westminster Confession in the 21st Century conference celebrated the life and teachings of Martin Luther. From his early monkhood to his 95 theses, his teachings on justification, and his marriage to Katharina von Bora, in a practical, accessible way Martin Luther has influenced the church throughout the centuries.
The 6 messages of Post Tenebras Lux: Celebrating 500 Years of Martin Luther’s Influence are:
If Ever a Monk Got to Heaven by His Monkery: The Life of Martin Luther, William VanDoodewaard
Out of Love for the Truth: The 95 Theses of Wittenberg’s Door, C. J. Williams
My Dear Katie: The Struggles and Contributions of Luther’s Wife, Rebecca VanDoodewaard
The Very Gate of Paradise to me: Luther’s Teaching on Justification by Faith, Richard Gamble
Here I Stand! Human Conscience and Church Courts, John Bower
The world Did It All: The Bible and the Priesthood of All Believers, Barry York
The Westminster Confession in the 21st Century is an annual international conference on the work of the Westminster Assembly hosted by the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA.
(6 messages on 1 disk)
Topics: Reformation, Martin Luther