The problem of evil with Dr. Lutzer

Dr Lutzer in Germany

Below is a video from a previous Reformation Tour to Europe with Dr. Erwin Lutzer of Moody Bible Church. Here, Dr. Lutzer talks about what our response as Christians should be to why God allows evil in the world. Video Transcript: Rhonda: (I’m) with Dr. Erwin Lutzer in Prague and Dr. Lutzer gave a fantastic…

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Is Reformation History still Significant today?

Dr. Erwin Lutzer's new book: Rescuing the Gospel

Someone has said that for many Christians, church history began with the first Billy Graham crusade. They think that as long as we derive our beliefs from the Bible, we can ignore the two-thousand-year history of God’s people. Church history, they reason, is really only of benefit to scholars and historians. What possible relevance could…

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The Re-created 95 Theses from the Reformation

Martin Wrote the 95 Theses

Here are all the re-created “95 Theses” for your reading! The letter that started the Reformation, written be Martin Luther himself in 1517. Enjoy! When our Lord and Master Jesus Christ said, “Repent” (Mt 4:17), he willed the entire life of believers to be one of repentance. This word cannot be understood as referring to…

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Martin Luther in Erfurt

Erfurt, Protestant Monastery of St Augustine

Erfurt, Germany was Martin Luther’s spiritual home. A student at Erfurt’s famous university between 1501 and 1505, Luther first studied the Seven Liberal Arts, then theology and, at his father’s wish, jurisprudence.

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Young Theologian’s Impact on the Reformation

Where does John Calvin Fit into the Reformation? While on a Reformation Tour you will be immersed in historical context of the Reformation. You will explore the lives and teachings of the Reformers, and resulting effects of their preaching of Reformed Theology. John Calvin, a major figure in the movement, is one of the subjects…

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