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Impressive captivation of the workings of providence Oct 11, 2002
I was initially reserved in my approach to the book 'cos I thought it would be boring and would contain too much theology. I was proven wrong. I could see the interplay of man and God in shaping our history and now fully understand that indeed "He works all things after the counsel of his own will". I was taken with the literary style that I could not put it down desiring to find out what would happen next to Luther. It is awesome to know that Omniscience wields Omnipotence to achieve the counsel of the Omnipresent God.
Excellent, readable, interesting like all D'Aubigne's works Feb 21, 1999
I have read this book under separate title, and D'Aubigne presents in it a wonderful picture of Luther the man, from the perspective of an author who knows Luther's Lord. Much more readable than Bainton's work, and with a touch of the older style of writing that has now been lost.
More detail than I had ever known about Luther (pt 1) Oct 24, 1998
This is a very good book about Martin Luther. Before I read this book, I did not know what he wrote his theses about, but now I know he wrote it to condemn the evil sale of indulgences.