Here I Stand: a Life of Martin Luther - The Church Tutorial Summary & Analysis

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The Church Tutorial Summary and Analysis

Luther translates the Bible, catechism, and liturgy as well as a hymn book. In three months time, he produces a complete New Testament. The German Bible is said to be Luther's finest achievement. The New Testament is first published in 1522, but Luther keeps revising it until his death. The complete translation of the entire Bible does not happen until 1534. Luther's Bibles are richly illustrated.

Luther does have a hard time reconciling the writings of James with the writings of Paul. "We are not saved by works; but if there be no works, there must be something amiss with faith."

Luther believes that children should be taught at church, school, and home. Pastors, teachers, and parents should receive training prior to educating children. Luther believes that if children will not learn, then they should not eat either.

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