Reformation 500


This year marks the 500th anniversary of the events, doctrinal disputations, and movements that birthed what we know as the Protestant Reformation. Sparked in 1517 by the activities and writings of Martin Luther in Wittenburg, Germany the phenomenon that ensued forever changed the global Christian church as well as leaving an indelible mark on Western culture as a whole. As heirs of the Reformation, we are reflecting on this 500th anniversary with three scheduled events that focus our attention on the dynamics that went into shaping this important historical and theological reality.

Event #1: "Mother Church? The Centrality of the Church in the Reformation"

  • Wednesday, March 15, at 6:30pm in the Chapel
  • The speaker is Dr. Robbie Crouse from Knox Seminary
  • Listen here

Event #2: “The Plague Doctor: How Books & the Black Death Influenced the Reformation”

  • Wednesday, May 3, at 7pm in the Chapel
  • The speaker is Dr. Sam Lamerson from Knox Seminary
  • Listen here