Tuesday marks exactly 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his “Ninety-Five Theses” on the door of a church in the German city of Wittenberg, listing his grievances with the Catholic Church, and sparking the Protestant Reformation.
Seems like a good time to do it again.
Here’s a sampling of some of the most powerful ones I’ve seen:
#95tweets The bible ALWAYS HAS BEEN Mistranslated, misinterpreted, and and utilized by people for war, murder, rape, slavery, segregation
— jason karov (@jasonkarov) October 27, 2017
Women do not "belong to" men, did not come from a rib, and deserve equal treatment. #95Tweets
— ToneDownMo (@TonedDownMo) October 27, 2017
#95tweets Teaching faith in the unprovable cultivates gullible magical thinking. Teach compassionate critical thinking instead.
— Joyful FreeThinker (@JoyfulFreeThink) October 27, 2017
#95Tweets I stayed in an abusive relationship because I was taught that divorce was a sin.
— KoverGurl (@KoverGurl83) October 26, 2017
The Bible condones slavery. Do we really even need to say anything else? #95tweets
— Scott Sykora (@scottwilliams32) October 27, 2017
My child was 6 when Sunday School told her that anyone who isn't "saved" goes to Hell. Now she believes her Daddy is going to Hell #95tweets
— Sain't Patrick (@SaintPax74) August 9, 2017
#95Tweets Christianity is the religion of love, like Islam is the religion of peace. You can quote me on that.
— Darrel W. Ray (@drdray132) October 27, 2017
I don’t know how you nail these tweets to a door, but you can at least pin them to your wall.