Rutledge Honorary History Club Sponsors Reformation Day Event
Nov 1, 2007
The Rutledge Honorary History Club on October 31, 2007, sponsored a well-attended Reformation Day colloquium entitled “Modern Implications of the Reformation.” Drs. Terry Lindley and Keith Bates discussed contributions made by major Reformation figures and groups – Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin, and the Anabaptists – to the practice and theology of Christianity. These contributions included the priesthood of the believer, Scripture as the sole authority in matters of faith and doctrine (sola scriptura), a memorial view of the Lord’s Supper, and religious liberty. A lively question-and-answer session followed the two history professors’ presentations.
Dr. Keith Bates (left) makes a point about his Union University educational experiences
during the October 31 history colloquium, while Dr. Terry Lindley listens.
Attendees at the Reformation Day history colloquium listen intently while Dr. Bates
discusses the significance of the Reformation for modern times.