Every year, on a date that much of the Western World celebrates customs that originated in Paganism; the only day that the help of the devil is invoked so favorably, we should be reminded that it was on that same date, in 1517, that Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany, a town that would later become a part of East Germany following WWII. Luther’s first point called all Christians to repentance.
The following editorial was published in the bi-monthly magazine of the Barnabas Fund.Remember, remember October 31st
The Barnabas Fund is an international aid agency for the persecuted Church. They work in over 60 countries around the world where Christians are marginalised because of their faith.