Get access to over 600,000 titles
About This Book
Martin Luther's nailing of theNinety-Five Theses on the church door at Wittenberg was a pivotal moment in the birth of what would become known as the Reformation. More than five hundred years later, historians and theologians continue to discuss the impact of these events and their ongoing relevance for the church today. The collection of essays contained in this volume not only engages the history and theology of this sixteenth-century movement, but also focuseson how the message and praxis of the Protestant reformers can be translated into a post-Christendom West.