Homes & Haunts of Luther - John Stoughton

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Condition: The Religious Tract Society 1883 edition. Very good hardback. 278 pages. The book remains in excellent condition for its age, with gold gilding on edges and cover & crisp, well presented pages. The paper, cover & binding is intact & unmarred, still in supremely good state considering the year of publication. 

"Martin Luther (1483-1546) was the German professor of theology who rejected the teachings and practices of the Roman Catholic Church and thus began the Protestant Reformation. Martin Luther was also a composer, priest and monk. His translation of the Bible into German instead of Latin began to make the Bible more accessible to the general population. This had a tremendous impact on both the church and German culture. This also fostered the development and writing of an English translation, the Tyndale Bible.

Homes and Haunts of Luther is a well written book full of beautiful and interesting engravings. Each chapter moves on from Martin Luther’s youth in Eisleben in Saxony, through each stage of Luther’s life; the Diet of Worms to Wittenberg." ~ text extracted from

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