Luther Code - 500 Years of the Reformation

In the heart of Germany, the year 1517 witnessed an audacious act by a young monk named Martin Luther. His 95 Theses, posted on the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church, ignited the Protestant Reformation, a movement that would profoundly alter the course of Christianity and Western civilization. Luther's courageous stand against the sale of indulgences and his emphasis on justification by faith alone challenged the authority of the Roman Catholic Church and sparked a religious revolution that spread across Europe, leaving an enduring impact on theology, politics, and society. The 500th anniversary of this pivotal event serves as an opportunity to reflect on the enduring legacy of the Reformation and its far-reaching consequences, which continue to shape the world today.