Have you ever wondered what Martin Luther’s 95 Theses actually said? If so, you’re not alone. Finally, there’s an accessible guide to Luther’s most revolutionary words.
Martin Luther changed the course of church history. His 95 Theses are considered a groundbreaking document that sparked the Reformation and altered countless lives.
But most people today have never read them and don’t understand them.
In Martin Luther’s 95 Theses: Celebrating the Protestant Reformation in the 21st Century, Peter DeHaan takes Luther’s contentions and turns them into understandable, bite-sized snippets, short enough to keep your attention. He explains their meaning and makes them accessible for today’s reader.
With a helpful snapshot of Martin Luther’s life, you’ll get an easy-to-understand overview of the historical and religious context of his day, as well as the impact of his history-making document.
Martin Luther’s 95 Theses combines a concise history lesson with an easy-to-digest breakdown of each one so that you can:
- Uncover the basics of the Reformation
- Learn why Luther was inspired to write his 95 theses
- Understand Luther’s words in today’s language
- See how the theses are relevant to your life and your church
- Discover how his message can inspire and transform your faith today
In Martin Luther’s 95 Theses you’ll get the inside story of what led Luther to post these vital statements and how they apply to people today. A discussion guide to use with your small group is included.
An advocate for authentic church practices, Peter DeHaan, PhD sees reform as an ongoing process in order to advance the kingdom of God. His desire is to encourage Christians to better align their lives with their faith.
Let Martin Luther’s 95 Theses inspire you to learn more about the radical document that changed the course of church history and still impacts people today. You’ll finally understand what Luther’s words mean and how you can apply them to your life.
Get this accessible guide to the 95 Theses and start your journey to a new understanding of Martin Luther’s most important work.
[This book was first published as 95 Tweets.]