The Dresden Frauenkirche is a Lutheran church in Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony. Although the original church was Roman Catholic until it became Protestant during the Reformation, the current Baroque building was purposely built Protestant. It is considered an outstanding example of Protestant sacred architecture, featuring one of the largest domes in Europe.
Lutheran Rose and Shield
Description of Illustration: hand drawn Lutheran rose and shield, three versions: navy and ivory, green/teal/yellow and a greyscale by Kathy Grimm, cross in heart in rose on a sheild Have a question about the illustration? Just type it in the comment box and I'll get back to you as soon as possible. I only publish content that is closely related to the subject folks.
Reformed Theology Five Solas Religious Wall Art | Etsy
Handmade Item Height: 16 inches Length:11 1/2 inches Framing: Jacobean Stain Wood Frame Materials: Wood Frame, Canvas, white vinyl, black acrylic paint Made to order Description: The Five Solas of the Reformation. The Five Solas are five Latin phrases (or slogans) that emerged during the Reformation to summarize the Reformers’ theological convictions about the essentials of Christianity. Each item is handmade and made to order, each sign is made individually, making it unique to just you!
'Luther Rose Christian Luther Seal' Essential T-Shirt by Carl Huber
Luther Rose Christian Luther Seal / The Luther Rose Cross was designed by an associate of Martin Luther during the Reformation of the Church. Protestant groups and the Lutheran religion began there. It was a pivotal time for our Church, and our Faith. This dramatic design adapts the Luther Rose Cross design with old style and modern flair. Don’t forget to look at it closely! The text around the design is Latin. Here’s a guide! / SOLA GRATIA – by Grace alone / SOLUS CHRISTUS – through Christ…
The uncovering of the candle light (at the left) is not only an allusion to the parable of the lamp under a basket (Mt 5:14–15; Mk 4:21–22; Lk 8:16 and 11:33), but also a simile for Luther’s reformation as revelation of the true gospel. Behind Luther there is a little goose as a symbol for Jan Hus (Czech husa means “goose”), who was considered as Luther’s precursor. (parapet of the northern gallery in the Amanduskirche in Beihingen, Freiberg am Neckar (Germany). Artist: Hans Stiegler
German national archives photo of Luther statue in Wittenberg taken for the 450th anniversary of the Reformation (1953)
Zentralbild Schmiljun 24.3.1953 Historisches Material aus der 450-jährigen Geschichte der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg Mart...