Item description for Luther's Ninety-Five Theses by Martin Luther...
Overview In the Ninety-five Theses Luther applied his evangelical theology to indulgences. He hoped thereby to find an answer to a practical problem which had disturbed him and other sincere Christians for a long time.
Publishers Description Luther applied his evangelical theology to indulgences. Hoping to find an answer to a practical problem which had disturbed Christians for a long time.
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Studio: Augsburg Fortress Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.01" Width: 4.07" Height: 0.11" Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1957
Publisher Augsburg Fortress Publishers
ISBN 0800612655 ISBN13 9780800612658
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Martin Luther (1483-1546) was the Father of the Reformation. Most famous possibly for his 95 theses, he wrote many works which sparked debate and helped shape thinking - not only in his own time, but ours as well.
Martin Luther was born in 1483 and died in 1546.
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To understand the Reformation Aug 12, 2007
This book is a key document for all those (students, professors, ministers, scholars) who are interested in understanding the Reformation from its very beginning. Which were Luther's (and many theologians' and clerks') demands at the beginning of the 16th. century? The major answers to this question are in this booklet, written by the great Reformer's own hands.
Founding Protestant May 21, 2007
This book is a few pages long is bound in pamplet form. Contains 95 passages. This really attacks the Catholic church that he saw atrocities in at the time. I got the impression he was trying to say that the Pope is not the iotola of religion.
historical and theological beauty Apr 6, 2007
The language of these is not easy to read, but beautiful to consider. We take most of these ideas for granted, or try to make more out of them than was included in these theses. The historical and personal risk Luther took to post these on the doors of his church should inspire and humble us all.
The 95 theses began the reformation of the Christian faith. Up to the point of these writings, the Church had been largely unchecked in her errors. Debates may have stayed private, were it not for a courageous minister. Luther did not intend to leave his beloved church, but hoped to change the ideas and behaviors which distracted her from the word of God.
These were posted on a church, for the church, but their impact has reached to the farthest corners of modern hearts.
Gotta have! Jan 11, 2007
This text is a concise review of exactly the points Martin Luther raised to confront a corrupt deMedici controlled catholic church. As with the Bible, it's always best to go back to the original.
A Must Read May 18, 2006
If you haven't read this you can't call yourself a Protestant. So, pick up a copy today!