There are plenty of excellent resources on the internet this week to celebrate Reformation day, which was Monday, October 31. Here is what I have been listening to and reading the past couple of days. Check them all out. they’re all good.
R. C. Sproul started an audio series this week that dovetails nicely with Reformation day called God Alone. I have listened to the first two, and R. C. is following an outline based on the five soli. Remember, they’re free to listen online for thirty days.
The Whitehorse Inn’s weekly audio program asks the question Is the Reformation Over. Michael Horton interviews Dr. Mark Knoll, and then the regular cast toss Dr. Knoll’s comments among themselves.
Dr. Albert Mohler had Tom Nettles on as a special guest on the The Albert Mohler Radio Program, and they discussed the Reformation in geneal, and the five soli and Martin Luther in particular.
Although not strictly on the topic of the Reformation, Phil Johnson has posted a link to the audio of a 50-minute survey of the history of Calvinist opinion that he gave to a group of college students last week. Phil’s presentation was clear, concise, and compelling.
Enough for audio. The written material was plentiful as well.
Reformation day was mentioned briefly by Jason Roberrts over at Fide-O
Tom Ascoll has been reviewing Tom Nettle’s new book on reformatin at hisFounders Blog. There’s also an interesting post there announcing a debate between Drs. Albert Mohler and Paige Patterson on the subject of Calvinism.
Daniel over at Doulogos has a nice old line drawing of Luther nailing up his 95 theses, accompanied by a brief piece on history of the printing press.
I’m sure there were a brazillian more out there, but these were the ones I stumbled across. Let’s not think about reformation just one day of the year, but every day.