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In this first in a series of four Benefit Lectures, we will follow in the footsteps of Martin Luther and explore one of the most significant castles in the world: the Wartburg in Eisenach, Germany. Founded in the eleventh century and maintaining its rank as one of the centers of European power until the fourteenth century, the Wartburg had already fallen out of prominence by the time that Luther here translated the New Testament from May 1521‒March 1522. We will see how Luther's translation of the Bible sustained the Reformation and how God does his most important works in our times of confinement and waiting.
This Benefit Lecture takes place on Monday, October 16, 2023, from 2:00-3:00pm Eastern Time USA (UTC -04:00)
Monday, October 16, 2023
Jonathan J. Armstrong
Jonathan is the founder and president of Aqueduct Project. While completing doctoral studies in historical theology at Fordham University in New York City, Jonathan served as the graduate assistant to his Eminence, Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., from whom he gained an interest in the unity of the worldwide Christian church. Jonathan is fascinated by emerging technology and is incredibly inspired by the way that God is opening doors for Christian churches everywhere to learn from one another.
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