October 31 is the day that we claim Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of Castle Church. Martin never anticipated the such a response to his desire for ‘reform’ inside the Roman Catholic Church. It got pretty crazy there for a while and had very little to do with the original intent. Now some argue if orthodoxy (right belief) or orthopraxy (right practice/action) is what matters. Maybe we should consider a new kind of reform…orthoerótisi, a word I made up but means ‘right question’. What is the greatest commandment? Could the right questions get us back on the right path?