Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation: pinning 95 innovative Reformation theses from the academic world

November 2017

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On October 31, 2017, 500 years have passed since Martin Luther (at least according to tradition) hammered his 95 theses onto the door of the church in Wittenberg. This event is considered to be the beginning of the reformation, and its 500th anniversary was celebrated by Magistri Iohannis Hus Opera omnia group in cooperation with the Student Club at the Institute of Classical Studies with a truly Lutheran performance: a celebration by pinning a selection of 95 new theses aimed at the academic environment, chosen from suggestions collected anonymously from students and academics at the Faculty of Arts, on the door in front of the MU Rector's Office.

Below you can read the newly collected theses, Luther's original ones in the Czech translation by J. Nechutová (published in Theologia vitae 6/2016, no. 1-2, pp. 11-19) and the speech that Prof. Nechutová gave on the occasion of the nailing of the theses.

95 updated theses 95 Luther´s theses Speech of J. Nechutová

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