In light of Reformation Day, here is a brief biographical sketch of Martin Luther, plus here are Martin Luther’s 95 Theses. Enjoy these and have a blessed Reformation Day! I also want to recommend an excellent documentary on Martin Luther available on Faithlife TV. It provides a solid overview of the life of the one who brought about the Protestant Reformation.
Download a printable PDF here. The PDF includes the sources I used to compile this biographical sketch. This was completed during an assignment during my M Div program at Luther Rice Seminary.
Revelation Outline I put this together for a course on Revelation I took during my M Div program at Luther Rice Seminary. Download a printable PDF version I. Prologue/preface/introduction of the book (Revelation 1) A. The prologue from Jesus Christ (Revelation 1:1) B. The authorship of John (Revelation 1:1-2) C. The blessing for those who read and heed the book (Revelation 1:3) D. The destination: to the seven churches in Asia Minor (Revelation 1:4) E. The praise to Jesus Christ (Revelation 1:5-8) F. The provenance of John: Patmos (Revelation 1:9) G. The proclamation commencing the book (Revelation 1:10) H. The addressee of the book: to the seven churches in Asia Minor (Revelation 1:11) I. The vision of Christ among the seven lampstands (Revelation 1:12-13) J. The glory and splendor of Christ (Revelation 1:14-16) K. The commission from Christ (Revelation 1:17-20) II. Messages to the seven churches in Asia Minor (Revelation 2-3) A. Ephesus: The “loveless church” (Revelation 2:1-7) 1. The commendation: rejects apostasy (Revelation 2:2-3,6) 2. The condemnation: lost first love (Revelation 2:4) 3. The consequence: repent or “lose candlestick” (Revelation 2:5) B. Smyrna: The “persecuted church” (Revelation 2:8-11) 1. The commendation: Endured persecution (Revelation 2:9) 2. The comfort: Will receive crown (Revelation 2:10) C. Pergamum: The “tolerant church” (Revelation […]