A call to personal and church reformation in our own generation
500 years ago Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. The flame of Reformation he ignited continued to grow as understanding of God’s Word increased. This was something that had to pervade the whole life of the Church and the individual believer – and then the whole of society.
Today the Church in general has moved away from the firm foundations laid in the past. These 95 principles for Reformation today are drawn from the Westminster Assembly’s high watermark of biblical understanding. The Westminster Standards are a biblical manifesto that today’s Church needs to take up and put into effect.