500 years ago, on October 31, 1517 a disgruntled monk named Martin Luther penned 95 theses addressing some societal injustices of his day. That moment, like a spark on dry kindling, lit the flames of the Protestant Reformation.

The point of this blog is not to examine Martin Luther, nor the history of the church, but to ask questions around faith and its role in our modern society.  To challenge this blog writer (as well as you too, perhaps) to draw closer to God and to draw closer to humankind.

For more information about the purpose of this blog, please read the first post, On Purpose.