In October 31, 1517, Martin Marty answers the question: Why is the Reformation relevant today?
Rather than a historical narrative of Reformation events, Marty explains in this accessible book the issues that led to Luther’s posting of the 95 Theses, their implications for the Church and world . . . and most importantly, how this impacts us devotionally as Christians of any denomination. As one of the world’s preeminent Luther scholars, Martin Marty also explores the concept of repentance as a central theme of the Theses.
“This momentous moment in Christian history is captured and assessed by Martin E. Marty. His central point is that Luther’s bold act of protest was a call for repentance or a change of heart.” — Living Lutheran, June 2016