Martin Luther

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Routledge, 2004 - History - 284 pages
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'Attractively-written, wise and judicious, with touches of engaging wit. It is now the best introduction to Luther in English.' - Diarmaid MacCulloch, University of Oxford

This important biography portrays Luther, his concerns and his achievements with clarity and verve, and provides a comprehensive introduction for students, general readers and those seeking to understand the roots of the continuing discords in modern Christianity. Self-aware yet violently prejudiced, bigoted yet inspiring, Luther is presented here with unflinching candour and honesty.

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Michael Mullet is Professor of Cultural and Religious History at the University of Lancaster, where he currently teaches courses on Popular Culture and Protest, Jewish History, and Luther, as well as postgraduate teaching and supervision, especially in religious history. His most recent published work has focussed on Catholic history in the Reformation and post-Reformation periods.

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