R. Albert Mohler Jr. led a group in the footsteps of the Reformers.
By SBTS Communications
R. Albert Mohler Jr. has preached through the Book of Romans before. But not like this.
“One of the most moving and humbling experiences of my life as a preacher was to preach from the high pulpit of the Schlosskirche in the high church in Wittenberg,” Mohler said. “Knowing all that this church and this town have meant to the Protestant faith, to the gospel, for the preaching of Scripture—and, to say the least, to preach with Martin Luther buried at my feet.”
Mohler, who is president of Southern Seminary, was in the middle of leading a group from Southern Seminary and Ligonier on a tour of notable sites from the Reformation, when he preached Romans 3:21-26 in the city that, as the saying goes, started it all.
Here’s a look at highlights from the recent Elbe River and Land of Luther tours: