Commemorate Reformation Day with Luther’s “Here I Stand” – Yours Free

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Commemorate Reformation Day with Luther’s “Here I Stand” – Yours Free

Recovering the treasures of the past is amarvelous gift to the church. I love these  presentations of the classics given by Max McLean. However, Martin Luther’s                            “Here I Stand” is my favorite.* — R.C. Sproul

In the late afternoon of April 18, 1521, in the city of Worms, Germany, Martin Luther, a 37 year-old Catholic monk was called to defend himself before Charles the Fifth, the Holy Roman Emperor. The speech he delivered that day, “Here I Stand,” marked the beginning of the Reformation, a criticalturning point in Christian history, that decisively altered the spiritual map of the world.

In this recording, Max McLean introduces the events leading up to the Diet of Worms: Martin Luther’s prayer the night before he delivered his speech; Luther’s stirring defense; the Catholic church’s rebuttal; and, Luther’s final heartfelt response.

Track Listing

1. Introduction

2. The Road to Reformation

3. Luther’s Prayer

4. Here I Stand

5. Eck’s Response to Luther

6. Luther’s Final Response

7. Conclusion

8. Sources and Closing Comment

*This work is part of the Classics of the Christian Faith collection. Find out more »

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In studying the New Testament, Martin Luther discovered the doctrine of justification by faith, meaning that we are declared righteous by God when we put our faith in Christ alone. This righteousness (or right status) has several characteristics:

1. It is a free gift

2. It is given equally to all who believe

3. It assures us of our acceptance before God

4. It must be received by faith alone

The implications are clear:




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