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Reformation 500 Conference
17.04.2021 09.00 h - 16.00 h
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This year marks the 500th anniversary of Professor Martin Luther’s bold stand before the Emperor, 18 April 1521. The Reformation Society will be hosting a Reformation 500 Conference on Saturday, 17 April from 9 am to 4 pm in Cape Town. The theme will be Conscience Captive to the Word of God. The conference will also be livestreamed.

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To see the parallel Children's Programme CLICK HERE

To see the Declaration on The Authority of Scripture CLICK HERE

To see the Here We Stand Declaration CLICK HERE

To see the Cape Town Declaration Steadfast in the Storm CLICK HERE

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“Contend earnestly for the Faith which was once for all delivered to the saints.” Jude 3
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Professor  Martin Luther's bold stand on the Word of God at Worms, 18 April 1521, the REFORMATION 500 Conscience Captive to the Word of God CONFERENCE 17 April  will affirm Theological documents applying the Lordship of Christ to every area of life.The Reformation 500 Conference will be followed by a Reformation Celebration on Sunday 18 April. Christians that affirm the authority and Inerrancy of Scripture and are committed to working for Biblical Reformation and praying for Revival are invited to participate.


Church Council Meetings
Since early Church History, the global body of Christ has convened Church Councils with representatives from many nations to determine, by the consensus wisdom of their leaders, which side of the controversial doctrinal position was Biblical and true and which side was false and worthy of condemnation by the churches’ leadership. The first Church Council was the Council of Nicea in 325 A.D. when the full deity of our Lord Jesus Christ was upheld. The Church has had to go through this process throughout history, periodically clarifying what it considered to be true, Biblical doctrine, or heresy.
Controversies which Confront Us
In the 21st century, 24 concerns have risen to the surface as controversial issues, all raised by Evangelical and Bible-believing sections of the greater body of Christ worldwide (such as the Inerrancy of Scripture, the Centrality of Christ and the Nature of Man). Theologians from a wide range of denominations have discussed each of these 24 issues as they merged into church life. Theological teams have boiled down each issue into its own salient points, then formulated concise creedal statements of affirmations and denials as Theological documents to be presented to the global body of Christ for consideration.
Global Church Council Events
Following up on the Reformation 500 Church Council Consultation held in Wittenberg, Germany, October 2017 and the Global Reformation Conference 2019, the REFORMATION 500 Conscience Captive to the Word of God CONFERENCE will be held on the 500th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther making his historic “Here I Stand” speech before the Emperor at the Diet of Worms in Germany, 18 April 1521.
By God’s grace and leading, we are inviting representatives of denominations, missions and colleges, from around the world, after having studied these Theological documents, to participate in affirming a Biblical Response to the challenges of our time.


Reformation 500 Conference
At the Reformation 500 Conference participants will discuss these 24 documents, the effective mobilisation of Reformation and Revival worldwide and how to find Godly, Christian leaders to work for Biblical Reformation and pray for spiritual Revival worldwide. These documents were produced by accredited leaders of churches, missions and colleges. The Church Council has included various discussion groups working on a global generic Statement of Faith, Coalition on Revival’s 42 Articles on Historic Christian Doctrine and a universal Biblical Constitution to offer nations which want to establish new, more Biblical civilisations.
Topics To Be Discussed
If you would like to participate, you need to be in agreement with the International Church Council Project document on Inerrancy of Scriptures, which can be viewed on www.ChurchCouncil.org.
Rebuilding Civilisation on the Bible
For a more thorough overview of this entire Church Council Project, the 24 Theological documents together with introductions, explaining each document, one may purchase the Coalition on Revival book: Rebuilding Civilisation on the Bible. This book can be ordered from www.NordskogPublishing.com. In Southern Africa, it is also available from www.ChristianLibertyBooks.co.za
“To the Law and to the testimony! If they do not speak according to this Word, it is because there is no light in them.” Isaiah 8:20



Resources for Reformation
These Christian Worldview Documents are available and can also be downloaded from our websites: www.Reformation.net and www.Reform500.org. These documents offer blueprints for how the Bible can be applied to every area of life to rebuild civilisation upon the principles of the Bible in the fields of law, government, economics, business, education, science, media, the arts, family, marriage, divorce, church discipline, the sanctity of life, environmental stewardship, homosexuality, gender distinctions, counselling, culture, contextualisation, the eternal state of unbelievers, hermeneutics, Inerrancy and the Trinity.



“Those from among you shall build the old waste places; you shall raise up the foundations of many generations and you shall be called the Repairer of the Breach, the Restorer of Streets to Dwell In.” Isaiah 58:12
Reformation 500 Conference 2021 cover Page 1Dr. Peter Hammond
The Reformation Society
P.O. Box 74 Newlands 7725
Cape Town South Africa
Tel: 021-689-4480
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