October 31: Halloween? or Reformation Day

Every year, more and more money is being wasted on masks and costumes for Halloween by pagans and professing Christians alike. And each year, most Christians don’t realize the rich Christian roots of October 31st, hailing back to the year 1517, when Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to the door of Catholic church in Wittenburg — a key part of the protestant reformation.

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Let’s recover this rich history. Check out this series of audio discussions on The Reformation:

Reformation – The Forgotten Jewel of History 1

Reformation – The Sovereign God Begins to Move 2

Reformation – The Counter Reformation 3

Reformation – The Good Fruits 4

Reformation and the Founding of America 5

Reformation and Civil Government 6