Preaching on the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s nailing of his famous 95 Theses to the castle church door, Mohler addressed a full Alumni Chapel for Southern Seminary’s Here We Stand conference, Oct. 31.
“Wherever the gospel of Jesus Christ is preached, the Reformation doesn’t fail.” — R. Albert Mohler Jr.
In his talk, R. Albert Mohler Jr. argued that the gospel of Jesus Christ is what the reformers meant to reclaim in churches. Not, that the reformers meant to divide the church, per se, rather they “sought to find and to establish and to form the church for whom Christ had died.”
“Wherever the gospel of Jesus Christ is preached, the Reformation doesn’t fail,” Mohler said. “Where the gospel isn’t preached, there is no church. Where the gospel is preached, Jesus saves.”
Other speakers included Gregg R. Allison, Mark Dever, J. Ligon Duncan (featured in the picture above), Stephen J. Nichols, Steven J. Lawson, and Derek Thomas.
— SBTS Communications