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Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation

Summary: Explores the life of German theologian and religious reformer, Martin Luther. Examines his role in the Protestant Reformation.
Martin Luther was a German theologian and religious reformer, who started the Protestant Reformation, and whose immense influence, extended beyond simply religion. His influence affected politics, economics, and education, which has made him one of the most vital figures in modern European history. Analyzing two books based on Martin Luther, "Printing, Propaganda, and Martin Luther" and "Luther I" can provide a scholar with numerous options to explore both on his personal biography and on his ideas of the protestant reformation. Evaluating two different books from contrasting time periods on Martin Luther will provide a scholar with both similar and contrasting approaches to the issue weather it is Martin Luther or his ideas on the Protestant Reformation.

Certainly, any criteria must be understood with an appreciation for the histories of different regions, societies and time as well as take into consideration the availability of information...

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