October 31, 2013

Reformation and Transformation in the Classroom

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Nearly 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed 95 theses to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, Germany. Luther's provocative theses, written in Latin, critiqued certain views and practices of the church of his day, notably the sale of indulgences, pieces of paper one could purchase to release the souls of loved ones from purgatory. The translation and duplication of these theses, more than any other event, spawned the Protestant Reformation.

We commemorate this moment in history, largely because through the Reformation the power of God's Word, no longer inhibited by spurious traditions, was unleashed.
The Reformers made God's word central in their worldview in part because they
saw its relevance for every aspect of life, not least the education of

Our vision and mission at EduDeo Ministries is to promote Christ-centred education (rooted

in a Reformational and Biblical worldview) in developing countries across the
globe.  We share with the Reformers the pivotal conviction that the Word
of God is more than an instructive manual, but a transformative power able to
change hearts and shape lives after God’s image. Please join us today in
commemorating Reformation Day and Gospel transformation through Christ-centred
education in the developing world!


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