Reformed Theology Welcome to the second annual /r/Reformed Sausage Fest!  Calvinism

Welcome to the second annual /r/Reformed Sausage Fest!

Reformed Theology Welcome to the second annual /r/Reformed Sausage Fest!  Calvinism
Welcome to the second annual /r/Reformed Sausage Fest!

Today* /r/Reformed commemorates the Affair of the Sausages – the event that sparked the Reformed branch of the Protestant Reformation. A group of workers ate sausages during lent (when eating meat was prohibited). Ulrich Zwingli was present (although he himself did not eat) and defended the sausage-eating in a sermon. SausageFest is not anti-Lent (at least in its contemporary iteration). Rather it is a celebration of our Reformed heritage, specifically (as Zwingli put it), the freedom "to fast or not to fast."

As is tradition post all of your sausage related pictures, plans, and recipes in this thread. Here is the link to last year's thread.


* Pay no attention to those schismatics who insist on celebrating SausageFest on March 9th. Everyone knows that the proper date for SausageFest is the first Friday of Lent.

Today* /r/Reformed commemorates the Affair of the Sausages – the event that sparked the Reformed branch of the Protestant Reformation. A group of workers ate sausages during lent (when eating meat was prohibited). Ulrich Zwingli was present (although he himself did not eat) and defended the sausage-eating in a sermon. SausageFest is not anti-Lent (at least in its contemporary iteration). Rather it is a celebration of our Reformed heritage, specifically (as Zwingli put it), the freedom "to fast or not to fast."

As is tradition post all of your sausage related pictures, plans, and recipes in this thread. Here is the link to last year's thread.


* Pay no attention to those schismatics who insist on celebrating SausageFest on March 9th. Everyone knows that the proper date for SausageFest is the first Friday of Lent.

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Submitted March 03, 2017 at 04:11AM by davidjricardo