31 October 2012

Reformation Day 2012

Happy Reformation Day! Today, we Protestants celebrate the symbolic beginning of the Protestant Reformation (it was on October 31, 1517 that Martin Luther nailed his "95 Theses" on the door of "Castle Church" in Wittenberg, Germany). I'd like to highlight some great "Reformation Day" resources I've found throughout the web...

Over at Crossway, they've made Greg Forster's book "The Joy of Calvinism" available for FREE download:

At Ligonier, along with the Mystery of the Trinity special I mentioned the other day, they are offering R.C. Sproul's "Luther and the Reformation" series for FREE download (MP3 & MP4) as well:

Desiring God has FREE digital downloads of John Piper's biographical sketch entitled,"Martin Luther: Lessons from His Life and Labor":

More Reformation resources:

Don't forget to check out the various pages on this blog... there are some great Reformation resources in the "Historical Theology" section as well as a number of classic and contemporary Reformed/Evangelical articles on the other pages.

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