Here I Stand: a Life of Martin Luther Quotes

Roland Bainton
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"Luther was above all else a man of religion," (p. 16).

"St. Anne help me! I will become a monk," (p. 25).

"If I had kept on any longer, I should have killed myself with vigils, prayers, reading, and other work," (p. 34).

"Anyone who seeks to discover the secret of Christianity is inevitably driven to the Bible," (p. 45).

"The penalties of purgatory the pope cannot reduce because these have been imposed by God," (p. 62).

"With the emperor, the pope, and the cardinal against him Luther had but slender hope of escaping the stake," (p. 70).

"I feel that I have not had justice because I teach nothing save what is in Scripture," (p.74).

"To prove that Luther's views were subversive was not to prove that they were false," (p. 88).

"Are you the only one that knows anything? Except for you is all the church in error?" (p. 91).

"If they burn my...

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