Reformation Day posters

If you are like me growing up, you never heard of Reformation Day and All Saints was an all-girl 90’s British pop band, not the first day of November. Thankfully, my understanding of church history has changed since then.

Yesterday, I had some fun on Facebook and Twitter with some of my Lutheran and Reformed friends about Reformation Day. Many Christians try to celebrate the day that Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the church door, marking the symbolic beginning of the Reformation.

I say “try” because the excess of candy and costumes make Halloween a cultural juggernaut. If you are a kid, do you think you are choosing a sheet of paper on a door over a piece of paper wrapped around a Snickers?

Based on some of the humorous conversations we were having, I made one Reformation Day poster that people seemed to enjoy. So, of course, I couldn’t stop at just one. Here are a collection of Reformation Day posters. Enjoy them today, print them out for your celebration next year, give them out instead of candy. I’m sure there are more than 95 ways to use these posters next October 31.

Here is the original one that started all the fun.

These are the rest that came later.


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Aaron Earls

Christian. Husband. Daddy. Writer. Online editor for Facts & Trends Magazine. Fan of quick wits, magical wardrobes, brave hobbits, time traveling police boxes & Blue Devils.