Ken Hensley -- (3 CDs)The disgruntled Augustinian monk who set 16th century Europe ablaze with religious war by instigating the Protestant Reformation was the subject of a controversial film that had people asking some tough questions: Who was Martin Luther really? What did Luther actually teach? What are the true results of Luther’s violent revolt against the Catholic Church? Do they impact your life and faith today?
Theological Wreckage As you listen to his in-depth analysis on three digitally mastered CDs, you’ll discover Luther’s theological, personal and historical background and motivations, from the testimony of his own writings. And follow the tangled web woven by the “Father of the Reformation” from the day he nailed his infamous 95 theses on the door of the Castle Church at Wittenberg to the theological wreckage of modern Protestantism.
In the brilliant new audio series from St Joseph Communications, Ken Hensley tackles these questions and many more in an uncompromisingly Catholic presentation on the true teachings of the man who changed the face of Christianity. A former Protestant Pastor, Hensley brings a unique perspective to the critical examination of a man whose doctrines he once held with great devotion.
Intelligent and Entertaining Whatever your opinion of Luther and his religious revolt, you owe it to yourself to discover the surprising truth about his actual teachings and his little-known devotion to much that has been rejected by his spiritual descendants. With Ken Hensley’s perceptive presentation and analysis, Luther: The Rest of the Story will equip you to effectively defend Catholic truth, but also to better understand the reality of many important theological and historical misconceptions.
However, this is no inflammatory “tell-all” exposé but an intelligent (and entertaining) investigation into the real-life convictions and contradictions of this controversial figure. Here at last is a serious discussion of Luther from a Catholic perspective that’s insightful, informative and, best of all, suitable to share with Protestant (and fallen-away Catholic) friends and family.
Get ready — it’s time to set the record straight!