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October 23 - December 16, 2017

Reformation resources and artifacts on display at Wittenberg University

Thomas Library, Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio

A first edition of The Book of Concord

a 1520 copy  of Luther’s  Prelude on the Babylonian Captivity…

an autographed letter from Luther…

a Koberger bible from the late 1400s…

All of these artifacts and more from the archives of Wittenberg University are on display in Thomas Library, on Wittenberg University’s campus in Springfield, OH, until mid-December. 

In addition, Thomas Library is host to a poster exhibition which richly portrays the people, events, and ideas of the Reformation, with special focus on Martin Luther. These 30 posters were provided from an online resource by the German government, and replicate the posters used in the 2016 Reformation exhibitions in Minneapolis, NYC, and Atlanta.

This is a wonderful opportunity for all kinds of church and school groups, from confirmation to bible studies and adult education groups to see these historical artifacts in person and up close.

To set up a group visit, which can also include a tour of Weaver Chapel and/or campus, contact Dan Jacob, ELCA and Campus Ministry Associate at Wittenberg, at jacobd@wittenberg.edu or 937-327-7494

Individuals can drop by any time Thomas Library is open.   www.wittenberg.edu


2017-10-23 2017-12-16 America/Detroit Reformation resources and artifacts on display at Wittenberg University A first edition of The Book of Concord… a 1520 copy  of Luther’s  Prelude on the Babylonian Captivity… an autographed letter from Luther… a Koberger bible from the late 1400s… All of these artifacts and more from the archives of Wittenberg University are on display in Thomas Library, on Wittenberg University’s campus in Springfield, OH, until mid-December.  In addition, Thomas Library is host to a poster exhibition which richly portrays the people, events, and ideas of the Reformation, with special focus on Martin Luther. These 30 posters were provided from an online resource by the German government, and replicate the posters used in the 2016 Reformation exhibitions in Minneapolis, NYC, and Atlanta. This is a wonderful opportunity for all kinds of church and school groups, from confirmation to bible studies and adult education groups to see these historical artifacts in person and up close. To set up a group visit, which can also include a tour of Weaver Chapel and/or campus, contact Dan Jacob, ELCA and Campus Ministry Associate at Wittenberg, at jacobd@wittenberg.edu or 937-327-7494.  Individuals can drop by any time Thomas Library is open.   www.wittenberg.edu Thomas Library, Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio