Topic

Dr. John Klassen (Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of History at TWU) related the history of one of the influential women of the Reformation, Argula von Grumbach (1492-c.1554). As a Bavarian noblewoman, she grew up reading the Bible in German. When the young teacher Arsacius Seehoferwas arrested in 1523 for his Protestant views, Argula spoke up and challenged the professors at the University of Ingolstadt to a public debate! She used the power of the printing press to circulate many letters and pamphlets in support of Martin Luther and other Reformers. May we heed her advice to read the Bible ourselves and sharpen our conscience! [KH]

Service Details

Passage: Psalm 46 1-7, John 11: 17-27, Matthew 26: 36-46, Luke 22: 39-46

Communion: No

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Worship Team

Speaker: John Klassen

Worship Leader: Michael Despotovic

Song Leader: Andre Pekovich

Pianist: Rosemary Bell

Usher: Peter Neudorf

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