1. In the Reformation, as in the tabernacle, God gave skill, artistry, and craftsmanship to put his Word in images so that through art, his Word would be revealed.
  2. Through Martin Luther, God would unleash a far greater storm than the one which overwhelmed Luther on July 2, 1505.
  3. The Reformation was yet another era of history when God’s people were faced with the question that Jesus asked his disciples: “Who do you say that I am?”
  4. Above all, Luther understood the importance of the Biblical narrative as the story of God’s love and man’s salvation revealed in Christ Crucified.
  5. The Lutheran Reformation was a reformation of the Christian imagination alongside its theology.