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Luther's 'Divine Discourses' (as this book was known) stirred up so much anger in the Roman Catholic Church that all copies were ordered to be burnt under an edict by Pope Gregory XIII. One copy was found by Casparus Van Sparr in 1626, whilst building on a house once owned by his grandfather in Germany. The book was wrapped in a linen cloth treated with beeswax and buried...more
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Katy
Warm, unguarded talk around the table with friends that gives a sense of the friendships and discussions that Martin and Katie were involved in.
Joshua
Funny, at times brilliant, opinionated, humble, sometimes sharp. This collection really lets you know the man Martin Luther. Also, I found the style relaxing enough that I could pick it up almost anytime and read it with ease - something I can't do with most books. Recommended for anyone wanting to learn more about the great reformer.
Brian
Luther would have been fun to have a beer with. This invaluable book lets us see what that would have been like for real.
Dane
This is an above-average collection, though not quite so thorough. Some selections are simply meh, while others are great.
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Martin Luther was a German monk, theologian, university professor and church reformer whose ideas inspired the Protestant Reformation and changed the course of Western civilization.

Luther's theology challenged the authority of the papacy by holding that the Bible is the only infallible source of religious authority and that all baptized Christians under Jesus are a spiritual priesthood. According...more
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