The Post-Reformation Reformation: 1546-1580

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series 2017 Reformation Newsletter Articles

This is part one of a series of twelve newsletter articles written by Rev. Neil L. Carlson for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Rev. Carlson is pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church and Zion Lutheran Church in Sidney and Chappell, … Continue reading

One Hundred Years of Turpitude

As the quincentennial of Martin Luther’s Reformation draws closer, opponents are also preparing to defame the man, the denominations that carry his name, and Christianity in general. Expect a lazy media narrative that makes Martin Luther responsible for single-handedly destroying … Continue reading

The Holy Cross Cannot Be Found Wanting: Luther on Persecution and Martyrdom

Martin Luther never softened his message to make it more acceptable.  He did not do this for his theological opponents, his colleagues, or his agreeable listeners or readers.  If there is something for which we may praise (and criticize) Dr. … Continue reading