This category lists sites about Reformation Day, religious holiday celebrated on October 31 in remembrance of the Reformation. It marks the anniversary of Martin Luther's nailing of the 95 These to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. Reformation Day is a civic holiday in Slovenia and in certain German States. It is also observed by Lutheran and Reformed church communities elsewhere in the world.
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5 Pillars of Reformation Truth
Essay examines the theology behind the Reformation and challenges people to celebrate the start of the movement --not Halloween -- on Oct. 31.
Celebrating Reformation Day
Provides an introduction to the day along with interactive quiz, art activities, vocabulary guide, discussion topics, and puzzles.
The Halloween That Changed the World
Traces the day back to its roots and explores the significance of the 95 Theses.
A Luther-Lantern for Halloween
Essay focuses primarily on the significance of Luther's life, but also features a unique twist on combining two October 31 observances.
Provides a short history.
Background information written by the Rev. J. Thomas Shelley.
Reformation day October 31 or December 10?
Article questions whether it was Luther's nailing of the 95 Theses or his formal separation from the church that constituted the true start of the Reformation.
Reformation Day: Redeeming October 31
Article urges the Christian community to consider an alternative to Halloween.
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