"Gustav II. Adolf in der Schlacht bei Lützen am 16. November 1632" (17th C.) by Pieter Meulener (1602-1654). Public Domain. Originally preached at Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church, East Setauket, New York. Our story begins one hundred and two years after the Lutheran reformers presented their case to the Roman envoys at the Diet of Augsburg … Continue reading Sermon for Reformation Sunday (Observed), October 25, 2020 – Romans 3 & John 8
Since we've been talking about Gustavus II Adolphus lately, here's another article about Sweden's Lutheran warrior-king from Anna Belfrage.
Orycteropus Afer over on Aardvark Alley has some great daily posts for feast days and commemorations, especially as regards people important to the history of the early Church and the Reformation. Today happens to be the commemoration of King Gustavus II Adolphus of Sweden, who fought valiantly during the Thirty Years' War "so that the … Continue reading Reblogged: Gustavus Adolphus II, King and Confessor (from Aardvark Alley)