Martin Luther: A Biography for the People
"I will not recant anything.''
Martin Luther: A Biography for the People is a fresh retelling of one the most significant figures of the last millennium. Not written primarily for theologians, but rather for a general, twenty-first-century audience, Martin Luther traces
- Luther's early life, education, years as a monk, and teaching career
- Luther's conflicts with political and religious authorities
- Luther's 95 Theses and his narrow escape from death in the aftermath
- Luther's soaring gifts yet his unsettling flaws
- Luther's impact on our world today, from Bible translation to anti-Semitism
Abilene Christian University Press
Arts and Humanities | Religion
Daughrity, Dyron B., "Martin Luther: A Biography for the People" (2017). Religion Faculty Books. 6.