Here I stand : a life of Martin Luther / Roland H. Bainton. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: Nashville, Tennessee : Abingdon Press, [(c)1990.Description: xx, 442 pages : illustrations ; 22 cmContent type:
- BR325.H474 1990
- BR325.B162.H474 1990
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|Circulating Book (checkout times vary with patron status)||G. ALLEN FLEECE LIBRARY CIRCULATING COLLECTION - BACK OF 1ST FLOOR||NON-FICTION||BR325 .B26 1990 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||31923001743695|
The vow The cloister The gospel The onslaught The son of iniquity The Saxon Hus The German Hercules The wild boar in the vineyard The appeal to Caesar Here I stand My Patmos The return of the exile No other foundation Rebuilding the walls The middle way Behemoth, leviathan, and the great waters The school for character The church territorial The church tutorial The church ministerial The struggle for faith The measure of the man.
"The Reformation of the sixteenth century was a vast and complicated movement. It involved kings and peasants, cardinals and country priests, monks and merchants. It spread from one end of Europe to the other, and manifested itself in widely differing forms. Yet in spite of its diverse and complex character, to start to understand the Reformation you need know only one name: Martin Luther. Roland Bainton's Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther remains the definitive introduction to the great Reformer and is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand this towering historical figure."--Back cover.
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