students,  Theological musings/personal reflections

In the footsteps of Martin Luther

Luther's room where he was translating the ΒibleSunday and Monday, a group of students, led by Peter Penner, held a special session of their Bible, Community and Context module: a field trip to see Wartburg, Wittenberg and the Augustinian Monastery in Erfurt, with the purpose of engaging with the life and work of Luther. Jenny (Kazakhstan) and Radostina (Bulgaria) share this picture and their impressions:

It was really special to be able to see where Luther lived when he was translating the Bible. Being in Wartburg castle felt like seeing and touching the time when he lived. We actually expected to see a place with no electricity or water but were impressed to discover it was a very nice castle! This was a wonderful experience, and we were very grateful for this opportunity.