Martin Luther: Germany's Great Reformer--YPL #2 by Adams, Emma Hildreth

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This is the history of a great man's boyhood is always interesting. His early years may have given no hint of what were to be the achievements of his life, or they may have been a rich promise of what he was to become, of the work he was to do.

Martin Luther: Germany's Great Reformer--YPL #2

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This is the history of a great man's boyhood is always interesting. His early years may have given no hint of what were to be the achievements of his life, or they may have been a rich promise of what he was to become, of the work he was to do. Whatever have been the facts, we like to know them, and we are disappointed when they cannot be obtained.

Happily, there is abundant material for acquainting ourselves with the entire life of Martin Luther.

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Author Adams, Emma Hildreth
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Company
Pages 159
Edition 1st
Binding Hard Back
Condition C+
Dustjacket No
Table of Contents

1. Luther's Parentage and Youth
2. At the University at Erfurt
3. As a Monk
4. As a Priest
5. The Look into Rome
6. The Sale of Indulgences
7. The Ninety-five Theses
8. The Reformer before the Legate
9. Charges in Germany-The Leipsic Discussion-The Papal Bull
10. The Diet of Worms
11. In the Wartburg
12. Again in Wittemberg
13. Luther's Marriage--The Close of His Life

Copyright 1891
Year Printed 1891

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