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Luther’s Christmas Tree

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Whether history or legend, the tale of Martin Luther’s Christmas Tree is a heart-warming story about how Luther used Christmas trees to illuminate the way Christ brought God’s light into the world. This exceedingly rare and beloved tale recounts Martin Luther’s life and teaches children about the Christmas heritage purported to derive from Luther. Germany forms the background for many of the West’s perceptions of Christmas and this little book brings them to life with warmth and joy.

Don’t miss the other two volumes in Theophilus Stork’s Luther trilogy, Luther and the Bible and Luther at Home.

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Key Features

  • Tells the story of Martin Luther’s life in a style designed for children
  • Examines the German tradition of Christmas trees
  • Contains illustrations depicting Luther’s life
  • Title: Luther’s Christmas Tree
  • Author: T. Stork
  • Edition: New Edition
  • Publisher: Schaefer & Koradi
  • Print Publication Date: 1868
  • Logos Release Date: 2015
  • Pages: 32
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subjects: Luther, Martin, 1483-1546 › Juvenile fiction; Christmas stories
  • Resource ID: LLS:LTHRSCHRSTMSTR
  • Resource Type: Monograph
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-02-12T04:26:51Z

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Theophilus Stork (1814–1874) is the author of Luther at Home, Luther’s Christmas Tree, Jesus in the Temple, and Children of the New Testament. He and his family were beloved leaders in nineteenth-century American Lutheranism, contributing significantly to the church in ministry and scholarship.

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  1. Forrest Cole

    Forrest Cole

    11/9/2021

    55555
  2. Paul

    Paul

    3/31/2020

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  3. Chad Ethridge

    Chad Ethridge

    12/8/2017

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  4. Glenn Crouch

    Glenn Crouch

    12/25/2015

    44444
    It is my understanding that this book was designed to be read to children, and though written almost a hundred years before I was born, there was a sense of nostalgia as I read this. A bit reminiscent of the Children's Bible Stories and Children's Hero stories of my childhood. Like those there does appear to be some fiction mixed in with history - no different to the historical fiction novels of today - and the Author does not appear to be hiding this. His intent appears to be to inspire the imagination in the young person who hears this story, with one of the aims being that they learn more about Luther when older. The chapter covering the loss of Luther's daughter Magdalen (which really happened) was quite moving and well presented. An easy read, and not just for kids :)
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  5. Everett Headley

    Everett Headley

    12/23/2015

    22222
    Eight chapters of summarized Luther history and one chapter of Christmas Tree. Bought on CP for $1, not much more value than that.
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