Here I Stand: a Life of Martin Luther - My Patmos Summary & Analysis

Roland Bainton
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My Patmos Summary and Analysis

Luther's books and picture are burned. They even write on the top of Luther's picture, "This is Martin Luther, Doctor of the Gospel." Frederick the Wise decides to hide Luther at Wartburg Castle. Luther suffers from inactivity, constipation, and insomnia. He translates the entire New Testament into German.

A Reformation is happening at Wittenberg in which priests, monks, and nuns are married. Wine is given to laity. Priests dress in plain clothes. No more masses are conducted for the dead. Vigils cease to occur. There is even violence over disagreements.

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