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Rescuing the Gospel: The Story and Significance of the Reformation Paperback – May 30, 2017
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"With pastoral wisdom and passion, Dr. Lutzer explores the remarkable story of the Reformation, and he powerfully demonstrates why the story of the Reformation is, in fact, our story." ---Burk Parsons, copastor of Saint Andrew's Chapel and editor of Tabletalk magazine --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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"The gospel that Jesus and the apostles proclaimed in the first century is the gospel that Martin Luther and the Reformers proclaimed in the sixteenth century, and it is the same gospel we must proclaim today. With pastoral wisdom and passion, Dr. Lutzer explores the remarkable story of the Reformation, and he powerfully demonstrates why the story of the Reformation is, in fact, our story. Dr. Lutzer sounds a much-needed clarion call to a generation that is quickly turning away from the one and only gospel."--Burk Parsons, copastor of Saint Andrew's Chapel; editor of Tabletalk magazine
"A wonderful journey through the history of the pre-Reformation and Reformation periods that will illumine what people need to know about the gospel, God's grace, the church, and religious liberty. These are crucial topics for our day, when so many opinions about them exist. As the book shows, history has much to teach us here."--Darrell Bock, executive director for cultural engagement at the Howard G. Hendricks Center for Christian Leadership and Cultural Engagement; senior research professor of New Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary
"Capturing the pageantry and danger following Martin Luther's bold stand in Wittenberg, Lutzer has penned what may be his most important book--a book that looks back on the glories of the original Reformation and looks forward to the hope of a new reformation."--Robert Jeffress, senior pastor of First Baptist Church Dallas; author of Not All Roads Lead to Heaven|Erwin W. Lutzer (BTh, Winnipeg Bible College; MA, Loyola University; ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary) has been senior pastor of Moody Church in Chicago for thirty-six years. He has led tours to the sites of the Reformation in Europe, including Wittenberg, Worms, Geneva, and Zurich. He is the ECPA Gold Medallion Award-winning author of Hitler's Cross, as well as many other books, including The King Is Coming and When a Nation Forgets God. He is the featured speaker on three radio programs, including Running to Win. Lutzer and his wife, Rebecca, live in the Chicago area.
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