WHAT IF MARTIN LUTHER was somehow able to look into our world and form an opinion? What would he see? What would he do? What would he say? I am asked this question often. And though there is no way to know what anyone might see, feel, do, or say, especially from this distance, we can, with a bit of homework, luck, and an ounce of caution make the well-informed guess. The reformers left behind a treasure of opinion and observable patterns, clues history has so generously left behind.
In these brief but articulate, short (each entry is exactly 100 words) but punchy social media friendly
commentaries, we craft we call back the great man, to engage his super powers, to bellow, to roar, to
open heart and opinion. Where he corrects, he encourages. Where he chastens, he instructs. And he is not the only one with an opinion. William Tyndale, John Wycliffe, Jan Hus, Thomas Cranmer, Anne Askew, and others take the pulpit as well as Luther, and with just as much wit, heart, and passion, just as much love.
Think of this exercise as The Reformation paraphrased, Luther and Tyndale paraphrased. Our own version of the Wittenberg door, including 95 debatable items.
Choose the red pill below. It will take you to whatwouldlutherdo.com.
From there you can return any time to davidteems.com.