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Luther’s Works, Volume 48

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Luther wrote the 119 letters in this volume between 1507 and 1522, during the momentous years that saw him change from an obedient and determined priest of his Order to a vigorous critic of the sale of indulgences and finally to the leader of a reformed church. In these letters Luther discusses his posting of the Ninety-five Theses, the disputations at Heidelberg, Augsburg, and Leipzig, and the bull excommunicating him.


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  1. Glenn Crouch

    Glenn Crouch


    I really enjoyed reading Luther’s Letters, as they give you quite an insight into the thoughts of the man as he goes through various events that we see as “historical events”. Of course, it is a bit frustrating to only have half the conversation, but the editors do a good job of introducing each letter. It is also amusing when reading the openness with which Luther talks about his bowel movements and health in general. It is also enlightening to see the different way he writes to the Elector, to friends, to colleagues, etc. Thus giving much insight into the early 16th Century German world. Looking forward to reading more letters in the next volume!

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