A Review of Reformation Resources: Some Websites

by Doug Smith

490 years ago this month, Martin Luther posted his 95 theses on the castle church door in Wittenberg, Germany (October 31, 1517). The purpose of this series of posts is to point you to resources about the Protestant Reformation.
We have considered books and music. Today we will look at the resources available on websites. I have deliberately posted the whole URL instead of a link in case someone finds it useful to print this information. An upcoming (and final) post in this series will list movies.
Also, I have created a booklet (print out the Word .doc using the 2 page per sheet option under zoom in the print dialog box; if this doesn’t work, email me for a copy of it in the format of a 1 page front/back booklet, and ask for the Reformation booklet). There is a copy of the battle hymn of the Reformation, “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God,” a sheet with Scripture references for the 5 solas, and a coloring page for the Luther rose.

One thought on “A Review of Reformation Resources: Some Websites

  1. Mary Grace October 31, 2007 / 3:38 am

    JUST what I was looking for, thanks!

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