October 31: Remember This Day, Reformation Day

Written by Wes Walker on October 31, 2013

October 31. Most people know today as Halloween.

But it has another significance. One that literally changed the world.

October 31 is also known as Reformation Day. It Commemorates the day that one Martin Luther posted the 95 Thesis on the door in Wittenberg. Evangelicals (Protestants) remember today as the beginning of a change that swept through Europe and beyond.

While Protestants and Catholics will remember Luther’s contribution to history quite differently, we can all agree to this one thing.

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He clung to his convictions about God, boldly expressed them, and was ready to face whatever consequence those actions would bring down upon his head. That is the sort of dogged determination we hope to cultivate here at Clashdaily.

In memory of that boldness, here is a clip from the recent biographical film, Luther. Enjoy.
May it inspire in you similar boldness wherever you may need it.



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