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Life of Luther

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A historic and comprehensive biography of early Christianity’s most influential leader of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther.

Though a priest and scholar of the Roman Catholic Church, Luther vehemently opposed corruption with the Church and the practice of providing grace from sin through payment to church officials. Defying the Pope and the Church’s authority over Scripture, Luther translated the Bible from Latin to German, the language of the common people. Able to read God’s Word for themselves, the Protestant Reformation was born leading to many denominations and Bible translations we enjoy throughout the world today.

To understand Luther’s principled stand on biblical authority, his life is revealed in this rare presentation of his work as an educator and church leader. From childhood to a religious education, and events leading up to the Reformation, you will discover the views and experiences that led to his excommunication by the Pope in 1520. Personal accounts and correspondence will help you to understand his passionate fight for the accessibility of Scripture for everyone and his defiant translation of the Bible from Latin to the language of the common man.

This unique biography is reproduced from an 1850 American Sunday School Union (now the American Missionary Fellowship) original, and in it you will be introduced to the pivotal life of this enigmatic man before, during, and after one of Christianity’s defining events.

Other books in this series:

Life of Andrew Jackson
Life of John Knox
Life of Washington

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