Jeshuaists, Carrying the name of Christ


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Portrait of Martin Luther as an Augustinian Monk Portrait of Martin Luther as an Augustinian Monk (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In Christendom we do find many names. This month it is the commemoration of 500 years of Protestantism. On the 500th anniversary of the Reformation it is not bad that people look back on all those denominations which came into existing.

October 31, 1517Martin Luther marched up to the church in Wittenberg, a small town in what is now Germany, and nailed a list of criticisms of the Catholic church to its door.

On last year’s 499th anniversary, Pope Francis joined leaders of the Lutheran World Federation in Sweden (where Lutheranism is the dominant religion) to hold a joint commemorative service. In his address, Francis said:

“We have the opportunity to mend a critical moment of our history by moving beyond the controversies and disagreements that have often prevented us from understanding one another.”

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