Book Discussion: Reformation! Luther Steps Forward

Martin Luther nails the 95 Theses to the door of Wittenberg Cathedral, 31 Oct. 1517. Painting, 1872, by Ferdinand Pauwels.

Since the publication of How the Irish Saved Civilization in 1995, Thomas Cahill has been acclaimed as one of America’s most inviting and evocative scholars of history and culture. In Heretics and Heroes (2013), Cahill surveys the creativity and tumult, the spirituality and violence of the Renaissance and Reformation.

At our meeting on Thursday February 15, we will focus on Chapter 4: “Reformation! Luther Steps Forward.” Dr. Daniel Gilbert, professor of theology and church history, will lead our conversation. The chapter is only 21 pages long, so if you haven’t had time for one of our previous book discussions, this is a great opportunity. The meeting will take place at 12:00 in the Library Conference Room. Tea and a snack will be served.

For a free copy of the reading, email Harold Henkel at harohen@regent.edu.

Distance students and faculty are invited to join the discussion via Google Hangouts. Contact Harold for a link to the live discussion.