- Title: Martin Luther's 95 Theses
- Author: Kurt Aland
- ISBN: 9780758608444
- Page: 100
- Format: Hardcover
Gathers a number of resources in one book Only resource of its kind in the English language Offers helpful information for adult or confirmation classes
Recent Comments "Martin Luther's 95 Theses"
The progression of a theologian.Gives a peek into the mind of Luther, from the writing and posting of the 95 Theses to shortly before his death. As he said at the beginning, he knew what indulgences weren't and at first he sought to understand what they were. As his eyes and heart were opened and he came to understand what they in fact were his polemic against them and the doctrine of works based righteousness grew.
This book includes both the English and Latin versions.
From elementary school on, I've heard and learned each year about Luther and his 95 theses. Yet seldom, if ever, did I actually read the these or understand their place in the culture of the time and the vast impact of what really started out as a university debate proposition. This is well-researched and annotated. It is translated from the original German, although this is not obvious; there aren't the grammatical quirks or difficult to comprehend passages due to ideas being muddled or lost in [...]
The man behind the ThesesThis book provides insight and context to the 95 Theses. Explains Luther's motivations and provides the reader with a better understanding of the time frame of the events as they occurred.
This is a great work that's meant to be scholarly (the introduction and footnotes are very informative), but also accessible to everyone.
A touching theses that explains Martin Luther's motivations and provides an inside to the failing of the Catholic church during the renaissance and the building of the basillica of st. Peter.
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Title: ☆ Martin Luther's 95 Theses || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Kurt Aland