Lutheran Study Days is a forum to promote the central and life-giving truths of classical Lutheran faith and confession. We focus on the theological clarity in the face of current public confusion, reinstatement of knowledge, socializing, informal contacts and last but not least; lectures and preaching for building up confidence and pastoral care.

Lutheran Study Days will through their events focusing on fundamental truths of faith and the proclamation of the Word of God in law and gospel. In this we find the confidence to our Christian confession. We gather people belonging to different organizations and denominations, so it is important for us to facilitate good conversation so that friendships and networks developed between us that have our home in our Lutheran confession even in different assemblies.

Since then we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession.


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  • Lutheran Study Days is a forum to promote central and life-giving truths of the classical Lutheran faith and confession.
  • Facing current confusion, we focus on theological clarity, restoring old knowledge, social gathering, informal relations and last but not least: the life-giving proclamation of law and gospel.
  • Lutheran Study Days will through gatherings focus on fundamental truths of faith and on the proclamation of the Word of God in law and gospel.
  • We gather people that belong to different church bodies and organisations. This makes it important to provide opportunity to socialise so that friendship and network may develop between people being at home in the Lutheran confession, though in different camps.




o The heritage from the Lutheran reformation is the heritage from those who rediscovered the Gospel. The Gospel, which was virtually forgotten by the church, became the source to a renewed boldness. Martin Luther’s testimony from the Diet of Worms in 1521 – where he met the ultimatum to turn aside from Scripture or be counted as dead – sounds: “Unless I am convinced by Scripture and plain reason – I do not accept the authority of the popes and councils, for they have contradicted each other – my conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and I will not recant anything for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. God help me. Amen” The clarity of the Gospel is a truth that must be defended with life itself. In the blood of Christ we have the boldness to proclaim to all sinners, to testify about the salvation won in Jesus’ dead and resurrection, a victory won for sinners like us.



The forum Lutheran Study Days is gathering about the central and life-giving truths in the faith in the risen Christ Jesus and his salvation for us. We live in a hurried time, with rapid changes, new and confusing trends. We believe that renewal will happen by seeking back to the source, not by starting something new.

We use presenters and preachers that is signified by a clear confession and deep Scriptural insight, and that together have a broad pastoral experience and knowledge of the present situation for Lutherans.

The Holy Ghost is not a skeptic, nor are what He has written on our hearts doubts or opinions, but assertions more certain and more firm than life itself and all human experience
Martin LutherThe Bondage of the Will



Black cross:

Suffering, death and resurrection


Red hart:

The human heart with its natural color


White rose:

The joy, comfort and peace in faith


Golden ring:

The eternal blessedness in Heaven


Blue sky:

The heavenly joy

About the Luther rose
About the Luther rose

Luther writes about his seal to the hymn writer Lazarus Spengler, 8 July 1530:

“As you desire to know whether my painted seal, which you sent to me, has hit the mark, I shall answer most amiably and tell you my original thoughts and reason about why my seal is a symbol of my theology.
The first should be a black cross in a heart, which retains its natural color, so that I myself would be reminded that faith in the Crucified saves us. “For one who believes from the heart will be justified” (Romans 10:10). Although it is indeed a black cross, which mortifies and which should also cause pain, it leaves the heart in its natural color. It does not corrupt nature, that is, it does not kill but keeps alive.”

“The just shall live by faith” (Romans 1:17) but by faith in the crucified. Such a heart should stand in the middle of a white rose, to show that faith gives joy, comfort, and peace. In other words, it places the believer into a white, joyous rose, for this faith does not give peace and joy like the world gives (John 14:27). That is why the rose should be white and not red, for white is the color of the spirits and the angels (cf. Matthew 28:3; John 20:12). Such a rose should stand in a sky-blue field, symbolizing that such joy in spirit and faith is a beginning of the heavenly future joy, which begins already, but is grasped in hope, not yet revealed. And around this field is a golden ring, symbolizing that such blessedness in Heaven lasts forever and has no end. Such blessedness is exquisite, beyond all joy and goods, just as gold is the most valuable, most precious and best metal. This is my compendium theologiae [summary of theology].


Theses in Wittenberg
Years old
Released hymns
Known releases
That we may obtain this faith, the Ministry of Teaching the Gospel and administering the Sacraments was instituted. For through the Word and Sacraments, as through instruments, the Holy Ghost is given, who works faith; where and when it pleases God, in them that hear the Gospel.
Martin LutherThe Augsburg Confession