Martin Luther

Martin Luther

Book - 2004
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Reassesses the life of Martin Luther, describing his seminal role in the Reformation, his religious beliefs, his conflict with Church leaders, and his lasting influence on world history and religion.
Publisher: New York : Penguin, c2004
ISBN: 9780670032723
0670032727
Branch Call Number: 92 L9774m 2004
BR325 .M37 2004
Characteristics: xv, 199 p. : maps ; 21 cm

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longqingwang
Oct 01, 2013

A compact and delicate book, it is suitable for those busy readers who have not much time to dig into Martin Luther's life story, which happened centuries ago. To some extent, however, the tone and style of the book are somewhat academic, with frequent usage of formal and uncommon words, due partly to the status of the author's professorship. It might be also better if the author could have structured the book in a more refined manner so that the reader may be able to trace more easily the key points of Luther's life story. LLW

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