God Reimagined: The Biblical Foundation of Luther’s Reformation
April 2: Semper Simul: Saint & Sinner with Pastor Lose
In 1998, just ahead of the new millennium, Life Magazine published a list of the 100 most important and influential people of the previous 1000 years. Martin Luther was third, coming just behind Thomas Edison and Christopher Columbus, because of the way his reforms, teaching, preaching, and translations so dramatically altered the worlds of religion, politics, and culture. Interestingly, very few people realize before he became (in)famous, before he was the leader of the Reformation, and before he changed the world forever… Martin Luther was a Bible scholar and teacher. And every single element of his reform movement stemmed from his deep engagement with Scripture. This year in our Living the Message class, Pastors Ruud and Lose will delve into the passages and stories of Scripture that most shaped Luther’s theology and life. Join us — we’re going to have a great time!
Register below or by contacting Katie Stevenson at email@example.com or 612.767.2232.