…traditions of the Late Medieval Church that eventually sparked the Protestant Reformation, a theological overhaul set in motion most notably by Martin Luther’s nailing of the 95 Theses to the church door at Wittenberg. As a follow-up Bible study to 2015’s A Man Named Martin—Part 1:…
…the first of a three-part series devoted to Martin Luther—a monk whose Spirit-inspired grasp of God's justification of sinners through faith in the Savior was the cornerstone of the Protestant Reformation. In this five-session Bible study, Luther's life and times are examined through the lens…
…its early development. Along the way concepts like "ceremonial deism," "democracy," "theocracy," "republic," Martin Luther's "Two Kingdoms" and more will be explored. Throughout this video and the accompanying discussion guide, tough questions are raised that help the user understand the demanding…
Read the story of Martin Luther, a man who lead a revolution that changed the world. From a small town in medieval Germany, the Reformation resulted in dramatic, sweeping change that still echoes today. Here is Luther's story of adventure, courage, and faith told for the first time in graphic novel…
For five centuries, Martin Luther’s hymns have formed the core of Lutheran hymnals. They are honored as the premier model for Lutheran hymnwriters. All of Luther’s hymn texts and melodies are now brought together in this complete collection. Previous English compilations of these hymns…
…1954 until 1980, produced a remarkable body of hymn texts and translations during his long career. His output includes translations of all 37 Martin Luther's hymns, as well as translations of dozens of other German hymns. He also composed more than thirty original hymn texts and a number of psalm…
The sermon prepared and preached by Rev. Martin Geier based on Psalm 119:54, is a detailed working out of the implications of Luther's attitude toward music, set within the context of the late 17th century in which Schütz worked. Also contains a primary
A brief sketch of this friend and advisor to Martin Luther. Examines his ideas about music in the life of the church, as well as his music itself.
…much on this topic from Martin Luther and from the work of Lutheran cantors active during the first three centuries of Lutheranism. This book aims to encourage a widespread recovery of and recommitment to the amazing potential of Lutheran church music, for, as Luther said, “God has preached the…
…the composer Johann Sebastian Bach is now in the library of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. It is Die deutsche Bibel, edited largely from Martin Luther’s writings by the theologian Abraham Calov, in three large folio volumes, published in Wittenberg in 1681–82. It is of immense importance…
…each selection. Composers: Martin Agricola; Seth Calvisius; Gallus Dressler; Benedictus Ducis; Johannes Eccard; Gotthart Erythräus; Georg Forster; Bartholomäus Gesius; Nicolaus Gotschovius; Hans Leo Hassler; Johann Kugelmann; Matthaeus Le Maistre; Martin Luther; Lucas Osiander; Caspar…
…According to Martin Luther, our vocation is the mask behind which God hides Himself, working through our lives-our hands, feet, and head-doing great and wonderful things for the people He has placed around us. And in the end, that's the only work that really matters. 3 sessions. Each video session…
A twelve-lesson study of Christian hymns that can be used as an adult Bible study, as the basis for an adult instruction class, or as a devotional study for choir or other groups. A fascinating look at the relationship between what we sing and what we teach. Prepared by pastor and hymnwriter…
Songs for Disciples draws on the heritage of the church and on contemporary sources to provide songs that can carry the message of the Great Commission and support disciples as they live for Jesus Christ and go about the task of making disciples for Him. It is a collection of songs that catch the…
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