Luther’s Protest: From 95 Theses to Reformation
by John Braun
Luther’s actions were certainly not as loud or brazen as the bullhorns and picket lines of present-day protesters. Yet what began with mere parchment and nails turned into one of the most important protests in world history.
This book examines Martin Luther’s role in sparking the Reformation, his theological impact on the movement, and his continued efforts to return the church to the Word of God. In addition, it will show you his lasting influence on the Christian faith over the past 500+ years. Full-color timelines, maps, and pictures of key Reformation figures enhance your understanding of both the scope of the Reformation and of Luther’s role in bringing it about.
Soft Cover, 197 pages