Saturday, October 15, 2016
Marketing the Celebration of the Reformation
I haven't been posting as much because I've been busy revising many of my blog old entries. In the meantime, here's something from Luther Quest I came across a while back (ht: RS (Carl Vehse). While I understand that people like to have tangible identifiers of their interests and passions, some of this stuff displays more of a theology of glory than a theology of the cross.
Reformation 500 Musical Bottle Opener
Martin Luther "Here I stand" socks
Reformation Christmas ornaments
Luther's Rose Frisbee
Reformation 500 Dog Collar "Give Fido a little something special with our Reformation 500 dog collar."
Luther's Mallet Lapel Pin (Gold tone) "This mini mallet lapel pin is a reminder of Luther nailing his 95 Theses."
Martin Luther Drink Coasters (Pack of 4)
Reformation 500 Golf Tees (20/bag) "Tee up for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation! Each wooden tee proudly proclaims the Reformation 500 theme."
Reformation 500 Shot Glass "Cheers! Here's to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation!"
Nailed It. Sticky Notes
Lutheran Ninja Stress Reliever "In October of 1517 Martin Luther changed the world by living out his faith, studying scripture and honoring the Lord. He tirelessly wrote thought provoking and challenging words and was steadfast in following Jesus. You could you say he was a Lutheran Ninja! As we prepare for Reformation Day 2015 we invite you to become a Lutheran Ninja."
Martin Luther Reformation Balloons (made of mylar).
Reformation Day - October 31, 1517 Dog T-Shirt