CBYR Martin Luther
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Five hundred years ago, a monk named Martin Luther wrote ninety-five theses, hoping to start a discussion about sin and repentance at the University of Wittenberg in Germany. In a few months, they had stirred the nation; a few years later, the continent. Today we know that those theses changed the course of both the Western church and world history.
In this volume for children, Simonetta Carr tells the compelling story of this father of the Protestant Reformation. She traces his quest for peace with God, his lifelong heroic stand for God's truth, his family life and numerous accomplishments. The Reformer's greatest accomplishment, she writes, "has been his uncompromising emphasis on the free promise of the gospel."?
"Simonetta beautifully captures both the life and the key thoughts of Dr. Martin and does so in a manner which is fast-paced and exciting. Parents will love reading this book to their children, and children will love reading it for themselves."?
- Carl Trueman, Paul Woolley Professor of Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary
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