95 Tweets: Celebrating Martin Luther in the 21st Century
What If Martin Luther Lived Today, and Instead of Nailing His 95 Gripes Against the Church to a Door, He Tweeted Them?
Five centuries ago, Martin Luther revolutionized Christianity with the 95 theses he nailed to the door of the Wittenberg church.
Do We Need to Do It Again?
In 95 Tweets, PhD Peter DeHaan explodes the question by explaining what Luther’s theses meant 500 years ago, and how they directly apply to us today. You’ll discover:
- The counter cultural mind-set behind Luther’s thinking
- Why the kind of reform Luther instigated needs to be on-going
- How understanding Luther’s ideas might cause you to re-evaluate your spiritual practices
PLUS, You’ll Get …
- Each of Luther’s 95 theses rewritten into 95 tweets (with #hashtags) that you can share
- 95 present-day tweets the modern church needs to hear
- 95 tweetable discussion questions to spur conversation; perfect for small groups who want to go deeper.
Celebrate the anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, when Martin Luther nailed his list of ninety-five concerns to the door of All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg on October 31, 1517.
Most Protestants have heard of Martin Luther, but they know little more.
Discover what Luther said in his history-changing document that people talk about but have never read. It’s time to start a new reformation.
Read What Others Say about 95 Tweets
“[Luther’s] ninety-five theses were written in Latin and translated to German then English. DeHaan breaks down the talking points into concise and understandable tweets for today’s online audience. He cleverly adds 95 tweets that could apply to today’s church, ending the book with another 95 tweetable discussion questions.” –Deborah Nayrocker