Exhibition: Luther’s Journey: Experience the History
January 31, 2017-January 31, 2018
M&G at Bob Jones University
Contemporary debate about equality under the civil and moral law, integrity of political and religious leadership, and the imperative of speaking truth to power also inspired Martin Luther in 1517 to post his 95 Theses on the door of the Wittenberg chapel. Much has changed in the last 500 years, but the probing questions about man’s ultimate purpose, his potential, and his place in the world are still central to our own time and culture. Luther’s remarkable journey reminds us that ordinary people can inspire extraordinary and enduring change.
Fee: Free with general admission
Tour: The Reformation in Pictures*
Monday, Feb. 13 at 4PM
Tuesday-Friday, Feb. 14-17 at 3PM
The 95 Theses triggered an upheaval across the European continent—a tremor we still sense today. Walk in and tour M&G to see first-hand commentaries chronicling Martin Luther’s impact on the people and culture of his time.
Fee: $3 per person in addition to general admission
Available to up to 25 guests per day