The Reformation was one of the most important times in the history of the Church.

He hit the nail on the head. It was the good year of 1517, and Martin Luther was posting his soon-to-be famous 95 theses on the door of the Wittenberg Castle church in Wittenberg, Germany. The purpose of this document was to challenge a number of morally questionable practices such as the sale of indulgences (a remission of punishment for sin), and the belief that a person could be saved at least in part by doing good works. There is no doubt that once this list was circulated, it became the spark that lit the fire of the Reformation.

Over the course of two hours in our Church History seminar we brushed the surface of the events leading up to and surrounding this pivotal time period for the Christian faith.

Dustin Platte

Dustin is a non-vocational elder at Cornerstone and serves the church through the counseling ministry.

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