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Here We Stand: Luther, the Reformation, and Seventh-day Adventism



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By Nikolaus Satelmajer, Michael W. Campbell

ISBN: 9780816363346 | 320 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2017

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“Since your most serene majesty and your high mightinesses require from me a clear, simple, and precise answer, I will give you one, and it is this: I cannot submit my faith either to the pope or to the councils, because it is clear as the day that they have frequently erred and contradicted each other. Unless therefore I am convinced by the testimony of Scripture or by the clearest reasoning, unless I am persuaded by means of the passages I have quoted, and unless they thus render my conscience bound by the word of God, I cannot and I will not retract, for it is unsafe for a Christian to speak against his conscience. Here I stand, I can do no other; may God help me. Amen.” –The Great Controversy, 160

Five hundred years ago the world experienced one of its great turning points. On October 31, 1517 an unknown Augustinian monk in an obscure university posted ninety-five propositions to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany. His ideas challenged Roman Catholic docrtine and practice. The action itself was not remarkable. To the contrary, it was a common academic practice of the time for scholars to publically post their positions as an invitation to debate. That was all Luther expected to happen. But Luther's Ninety-Five Theses soon jumped the fence separating the academic world from that of personal Christian piety and politics, and they ignited a revolution–a Reformation. They transformed not only the Western world but eventually affected the entire planet through worldwide mission.

Although separated in time by centuries, Seventh-day Adventists see themselves as heirs of the Protestant Reformation started by Martin Luther 500 years ago. This volume explores the various facets and contours of Luther and compares them with Seventh-day Adventism.

Over 25 scholars from throught the world have come together to create this one-of-a-kind volume exploring:

  • Historical foundations
  • Echoes of Luther in Adventist theology
  • Eschatology and politics
  • Dialogue and legacy

Order your copy and explore the powerful connection between the Reformation Martin Luther inadvertantly started and the Seventh-day Adventist Church today.


 

Contributors: Sergio Becerra, Reinder Bruinsma, Heidi Campbell, Michael W. Campbell, Lisa Clark Diller, Abner P. Dizon, Denis Fortin, Daniel Heinz, Darius Jankiewicz, Denis Kaiser, Joel Klimkewicz, George R. Knight, Martin J. Lohrmann, Douglas Morgan, Jiří Moskala, Richard Müller, Trevor O'Reggio, John C. Peckham, Dennis Pettibone, Nikolaus Satelmajer, Dan Shultz, Mxolisi Michael Sokupa, Alberto R. Timm, Sigve K. Tonstad, Remwil R. Tornalejo, Timorhy J. Wengert, Woodrow W. Widden II, and Daniel Wildemann.  Please see the sample first chapter for a list of the topics addressed by each contributor.

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“Since your most serene majesty and your high mightinesses require from me a clear, simple, and precise answer, I will give you one, and it is this: I cannot submit my faith either to the pope or to the councils, because it is clear as the day that they have frequently erred and contradicted each other. Unless therefore I am convinced by the testimony of Scripture or by the clearest reasoning, unless I am persuaded by means of the passages I have quoted, and unless they thus render my conscience bound by the word of God, I cannot and I will not retract, for it is unsafe for a Christian to speak against his conscience. Here I stand, I can do no other; may God help me. Amen.” –The Great Controversy, 160

Five hundred years ago the world experienced one of its great turning points. On October 31, 1517 an unknown Augustinian monk in an obscure university posted ninety-five propositions to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany. His ideas challenged Roman Catholic docrtine and practice. The action itself was not remarkable. To the contrary, it was a common academic practice of the time for scholars to publically post their positions as an invitation to debate. That was all Luther expected to happen. But Luther's Ninety-Five Theses soon jumped the fence separating the academic world from that of personal Christian piety and politics, and they ignited a revolution–a Reformation. They transformed not only the Western world but eventually affected the entire planet through worldwide mission.

Although separated in time by centuries, Seventh-day Adventists see themselves as heirs of the Protestant Reformation started by Martin Luther 500 years ago. This volume explores the various facets and contours of Luther and compares them with Seventh-day Adventism.

Over 25 scholars from throught the world have come together to create this one-of-a-kind volume exploring:

  • Historical foundations
  • Echoes of Luther in Adventist theology
  • Eschatology and politics
  • Dialogue and legacy

Order your copy and explore the powerful connection between the Reformation Martin Luther inadvertantly started and the Seventh-day Adventist Church today.


 

Contributors: Sergio Becerra, Reinder Bruinsma, Heidi Campbell, Michael W. Campbell, Lisa Clark Diller, Abner P. Dizon, Denis Fortin, Daniel Heinz, Darius Jankiewicz, Denis Kaiser, Joel Klimkewicz, George R. Knight, Martin J. Lohrmann, Douglas Morgan, Jiří Moskala, Richard Müller, Trevor O'Reggio, John C. Peckham, Dennis Pettibone, Nikolaus Satelmajer, Dan Shultz, Mxolisi Michael Sokupa, Alberto R. Timm, Sigve K. Tonstad, Remwil R. Tornalejo, Timorhy J. Wengert, Woodrow W. Widden II, and Daniel Wildemann.  Please see the sample first chapter for a list of the topics addressed by each contributor.

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Endorsements

Half a millennium after Luther, Christians are not as clear as their forefathers on some of the most important developments in sacred history. Much of the twenty-first-century Christian world struggles to remember exactly what Luther’s contribution was.  This volume offers a golden–and comprehensive–opportunity to understand where we come from.

- Shawn Boonstra, Speaker/Director, Voice of Prophecy


In addition to exploring the critical issues of the Reformation, “Here We Stand” demonstrates how those issues are even more important today than they were hundreds of years ago.  More than a study of history, “Here We Stand” looks backwards in order to look forward to the return of Jesus and the Reformation finally finished.

- John Bradshaw, Speaker/Director, It Is Written


The Protestant Reformation is one of the most pivotal events in the history of Christianity.  Its catalyst and central figure, Martin Luther, is chronicled in this work and juxtaposed alongside the courageous gallantry of Adventism.  This book is a must-read for all church history enthusiasts as Dr. Satelmajer adeptly offers keen insights on the interdependent relationship of Martin Luther, the Reformation, and Seventh-day Adventism. 

- Carlton P. Byrd, Pastor, Evangelist, Speaker/Director, Breath of Life


This work on Luther is a tremendous contribution to the understanding of Adventism as a natural inheritor of the Protestant Reformation. This volume is full to the brim with insightful research on the connection of Luther and the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It should be in the library of anyone who desires to understand and proclaim the three angels messages with power.   

- Chris Holland, Speaker/Director, It Is Written Canada


This a major work that firmly links Adventists to Luther and the Reformation.  The editors have brought together a wide-ranging series of essays by stellar contributors.  There is nothing comparable to this book in Adventist literature. I commend it highly.

William G Johnsson, Editor (retired), Adventist Review and Adventist World


There is nothing like this book in Adventist literature.

- George R. Knight, Professor Emeritus of Church History, Andrews University 


I would highly recommend this book for all readers who want to deepen their understanding of the doctrines of the Seventh-day Adventist Church through the lens of key doctrines of Martin Luther and the Early Reformation. In this book Adventist scholars share unique perspectives that have not been gathered in one volume before. The result in a faith-affirming volume that is a must read! 

- Andrea Luxton, President, Andrews University


This is the story of a courageous and fearless man who stood in the face of the then known world’s power. May history continue to be repeated with individuals so convicted to stand on the promises of God. This is an essential read.

- Ivan L. Williams, Ministerial Director, North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists

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ENDORSEMENTS:

Half a millennium after Luther, Christians are not as clear as their forefathers on some of the most important developments in sacred history. Much of the twenty-first-century Christian world struggles to remember exactly what Luther’s contribution was.  This volume offers a golden–and comprehensive–opportunity to understand where we come from.

- Shawn Boonstra, Speaker/Director, Voice of Prophecy


In addition to exploring the critical issues of the Reformation, “Here We Stand” demonstrates how those issues are even more important today than they were hundreds of years ago.  More than a study of history, “Here We Stand” looks backwards in order to look forward to the return of Jesus and the Reformation finally finished.

- John Bradshaw, Speaker/Director, It Is Written


The Protestant Reformation is one of the most pivotal events in the history of Christianity.  Its catalyst and central figure, Martin Luther, is chronicled in this work and juxtaposed alongside the courageous gallantry of Adventism.  This book is a must-read for all church history enthusiasts as Dr. Satelmajer adeptly offers keen insights on the interdependent relationship of Martin Luther, the Reformation, and Seventh-day Adventism. 

- Carlton P. Byrd, Pastor, Evangelist, Speaker/Director, Breath of Life


This work on Luther is a tremendous contribution to the understanding of Adventism as a natural inheritor of the Protestant Reformation. This volume is full to the brim with insightful research on the connection of Luther and the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It should be in the library of anyone who desires to understand and proclaim the three angels messages with power.   

- Chris Holland, Speaker/Director, It Is Written Canada


This a major work that firmly links Adventists to Luther and the Reformation.  The editors have brought together a wide-ranging series of essays by stellar contributors.  There is nothing comparable to this book in Adventist literature. I commend it highly.

William G Johnsson, Editor (retired), Adventist Review and Adventist World


There is nothing like this book in Adventist literature.

- George R. Knight, Professor Emeritus of Church History, Andrews University 


I would highly recommend this book for all readers who want to deepen their understanding of the doctrines of the Seventh-day Adventist Church through the lens of key doctrines of Martin Luther and the Early Reformation. In this book Adventist scholars share unique perspectives that have not been gathered in one volume before. The result in a faith-affirming volume that is a must read! 

- Andrea Luxton, President, Andrews University


This is the story of a courageous and fearless man who stood in the face of the then known world’s power. May history continue to be repeated with individuals so convicted to stand on the promises of God. This is an essential read.

- Ivan L. Williams, Ministerial Director, North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Nikolaus Satelmajer


Nikolaus Satelmajer has served the Seventh-day Adventist Church as pastor, administrator, and, until his retirement, as editor of Ministry magazine. He also served as associate ministerial secretary of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He received BA, MDiv, and DMin degrees from Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, and the STM degree, with distinction, from The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in Reformation studies. He continues to lecture, edit, and write, in addition to serving as an interim pastor.

 
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Michael W. Campbell


Michael W. Campbell, MA, PhD, teaches church history and systematic theology at the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies in the Philippines. He served as a pastor in Colorado and Kansas and was responsible for the White Estate Branch Office and the Archives & Special Collections at Loma Linda University. He earned a BA in history and theology from Southern Adventist University and an MA and PhD from Andrews University. He is married to Heidi Olson, and they have two children, Emma and David.