October 31st, 1517

It was the last day of October, 500 years ago, when Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the church door in Wittenberg. Although written in Latin, and designed for scholarly debate, the theses were soon translated into many different languages and with the recent invention of the printing press, it wasn’t long before all Germany knew about this radical monk’s radical ideas. Western Civilization and the world would never be the same.

Check out a picture of the full MOC after the break!

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Geneva Durand

Geneva Durand grew up in Chile, South America.  She is fascinated by history and enjoys the challenge of making it come alive through historical fiction.  Other genres of writing interest her as well.  She aspires to possess a Christian worldview underlying her writing on every subject.

Geneva is also a LEGO artist and has been active in the online LEGO community for several years.  Several of her best creations are visible here.