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         Luther Martin:     more books (100)
  1. The Epistles of St. Peter and St. Jude Preached and Explained by Martin Luther, 2010-07-06
  2. Selections From The Table Talk Of Martin Luther by Martin Luther, 2010-05-23
  3. Concerning Christian Liberty by Martin Luther, 2010-07-24
  4. An Open Letter on Translating by Martin Luther, 2010-07-06
  5. The Smalcald Articles by Martin Luther, 2010-07-24
  6. Martin Luther's Small Catechism, translated by R. Smith by Martin Luther, 2010-07-06
  7. The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Martin Luther King Jr., Clayborne Carson, 2001-01-01
  8. Martin Luther: A Man Who Changed The World by Paul L. Maier, 2004-07-31
  9. A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Martin Luther King, 1990-12-07
  10. Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther (Hendrickson Classic Biographies) by Roland Herbert Bainton, 2009-04
  11. Luther's Ninety-Five Theses by Martin Luther, 1957-12
  12. Martin Luther : Selections From His Writings by Martin Luther, 1958-03-01
  13. Martin Luther: A Life (Penguin Lives) by Martin E. Marty, 2008-08-26
  14. Who Was Martin Luther King, Jr.? (Who Was...?) by Bonnie Bader, 2007-12-27

1. Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Martin Luther
Biography, pictures and articles on people and places in his life, articles on related subjects, and Category Society Religion and Spirituality Luther, Martin......Martin Luther. Brief Martin Luther was born in Eisleben (only in german)in 1483, the son of a mining family of rural origin. He
Martin Luther
Brief Biography
  • 11/10/1483 Born in Eisleben
  • 1505 Monk in Erfurt
  • 1512 Doctor of Theology in Wittenberg
  • The 95 Theses nailed to the Door of the Castle Church
  • Luther burns the papal bull of excommunication
  • 1521 At the Imperial Diet of Worms, Luther refuses to recant
  • 1521 While in hiding at the Wartburg, Eisenach, Luther translated the New Testament into German
  • 1525 Luther weds Katharina von Bora ; a number of polemical tracts follow
  • 1529 "The Small Catechism"
  • 1534 The Publication of the first Wittenberg Bible, Old and New Testaments, in Martin Luther's German translation
  • 2/18/1546 Luther dies in Eisleben and is laid to rest in the Castle Church in Wittenberg
Martin Luther was born in Eisleben (only in german) in 1483, the son of a mining family of rural origin. He attended the Latin School in Mansfeld from 1488 onwards, continuing his schooling in Magdeburg and later in Eisenach. In 1501 Luther began his studies in Erfurt and intended to become a lawyer. In 1505, however, he made a decision that changed the course of his life radically: he decided to enter the Augustinian monastery in Erfurt. This decision shaped the rest of his life, and his search for a merciful God and His Will culminated in the development of the Reformation of the Church. Luther's negative personal experiences with the ecclesiastical means of grace resulted in not only increasing criticism of the deplorable state of affairs within the church but above all to a fundamental reconsideration of medieval theology.

2. Martin Luther
Brief biography with links to information about him and his career and to his writings.Category Society Religion and Spirituality Luther, Martin......Martin Luther. Martin Luther dealt the symbolic blow that began the Reformationwhen he nailed his NinetyFive Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Church.
Martin Luther Martin Luther dealt the symbolic blow that began the Reformation when he nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Church. That document contained an attack on papal abuses and the sale of indulgences by church officials. But Luther himself saw the Reformation as something far more important than a revolt against ecclesiastical abuses. He believed it was a fight for the gospel. Luther even stated that he would have happily yielded every point of dispute to the Pope, if only the Pope had affirmed the gospel. And at the heart of the gospel, in Luther's estimation, was the doctrine of justification by faiththe teaching that Christ's own righteousness is imputed to those who believe, and on that ground alone, they are accepted by God.
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(Catholic Encyclopedia)Category Society Religion and Spirituality L......Martin Luther. Leader of belief. The house at Mansfeld rather repelledthan attracted him (Beard, Martin Luther and the Germ. Ref
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Martin Luther
Leader of the great religious revolt of the sixteenth century in Germany; born at Eisleben, 10 November, 1483; died at Eisleben, 18 February, 1546. His father, Hans, was a miner, a rugged, stern, irascible character. In the opinion of many of his biographers, it was an expression of uncontrolled rage, an evident congenital inheritance transmitted to his oldest son, that compelled him to flee from Mohra, the family seat, to escape the penalty or odium of homicide. This, though first charged by Wicelius, a convert from Lutheranism , has found admission into Protestant history and tradition. His mother, Margaret Ziegler, is spoken of by Melancthon as conspicuous for "modesty, the fear of God panem propter Deum " (Mathesius, op.cit.). In his fifteenth year we find him at Eisenach. At eighteen (1501) he entered the University of Erfurt, with a view to studying jurisprudence at the request of his father. In 1502 he received the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy, being the thirteenth among fifty-seven candidates. On Epiphany (6 January, 1505), he was advanced to the master's degree, being second among seventeen applicants. His philosophical studies were no doubt made under Jodocus Trutvetter von Eisenach, then rector of the university, and Bartholomaus Arnoldi von Usingen (q.v.). The former was pre-eminently the Doctor Erfordiensis , and stood without an admitted rival in Germany. Luther addresses him in a letter (1518) as not only "the first theologian and philosopher", but also the first of contemporary dialecticians. Usingen was an Augustinian friar, and second only to Trutvetter in learning, but surpassing him in literary productivity. Although the tone of the university, especially that of the students, was pronouncedly, even enthusiastically, humanistic, and although Erfurt led the movement in Germany, and in its theological tendencies was supposedly "modern", nevertheless "it nowise showed a depreciation of the currently prevailing [Scholastic] system" (ibid.). Luther himself, in spite of an acquaintaince with some of the moving spirits of humanism, seems not to have been appreciably affected by it, lived on its outer fringe, and never qualified to enter its "poetic" circle.

4. Martin Luther
Kronologisk biografi över reformatorns liv.Category World Svenska Religion Kristendom Kyrkohistoria......Martin Luther. Martin Luther föddes den 10 november 1483 i Eisleben. Nu ställdesMartin Luther under dennes beskydd i Fredriks slott Wartburg.
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5. Martin Luther
Martin Luther (14831546) Texts 95 Theses (1517) (Project Wittenberg)Letter to Archbishop of Mainz (1517) (Internet Medieval Sourcebook
Martin Luther
Texts 95 Theses (1517) (Project Wittenberg)
Letter to Archbishop of Mainz (1517)
(Internet Medieval Sourcebook)
Sermon on Three-Fold Righteousness (1518)
(Project Wittenberg)
Address to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation (1520)
(Project Wittenberg) ; Excerpts (HHTP, Hanover College)
A Treatise on Good Works (1520)
(Project Wittenberg)
The Freedom of a Christian (1520)
excerpts (WSU) ; German excerpts (Internet Medieval Sourcebook)
Preface to Paul's Epistles to the Romans (1522)
(Project Wittenberg)
To Several Nuns (1524)
(Project Wittenberg)
The German Mass and Order of Divine Service (1526)
(HHTP, Hanover College)
On Translating
(1530) (Project Wittenberg) Preface to the Latin Works (1545) (Project Wittenberg) Sermons Enemies of the Cross of Christ (Reformation Ink) (Reformation Ink) Christ Our Great High Priest (Reformation Ink) (Reformation Ink) Christ's Holy Sufferings (Reformation Ink) Of The Office of Preaching (Reformation Ink) (Reformation Ink) The Parable of the Sower (Reformation Ink) Articles and Essays John Fenton, "In God's Stead and at God's Behest" Semper Refermanda

6. Martin Luther
Martin Luther. Good Works Luther's Eight Statements On Justifying Faith He Sighed Mark 734 How To Be A Great Theologian Luther's
Martin Luther
Good Works
Luther's Eight Statements On Justifying Faith

"He Sighed" - Mark 7:34

How To Be A Great Theologian

7. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project
Secondary documents written about martin luther King, Jr. , as well as primary documents written during Category Society History Personas King, martin luther, Jr.......Nonviolence is not sterile passivity, but a powerful moral force which makes forsocial transformation. martin luther King, Jr. 1946. Updated March 6th, 2003.
Nonviolence is not sterile passivity, but a powerful moral force which makes for social transformation. Martin Luther King, Jr. 1946 Updated March 6th, 2003

8. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day On The Net - The Holiday
Examines the long road toward making King's birthday a national holiday.
MLK Day on the Net Holidays on the Net Additional Holiday Celebrations
"peo ples" © 1997 Zoe Levenglick-Volpe (age 11)
The Holiday
"Free at last, free at last
Thank God Almighty, we are free at last"
E ach year on the third Monday of January schools, federal offices, post office and banks across America close as we celebrate the newest American national holiday years after Dr. King's death President Ronald Reagan signed a bill into law making the third Monday of January a national holiday celebrating the birth and life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr B ut it was a tough time getting the bill passed F irst a bill had to be introduced by a member of the House of Representatives. The Speaker of the House assigned the bill to a committee where the bill was discussed in detail. Meetings were held where supporters and opposers could discuss their positions. The committee then agreed that bill should be sent to a vote. The Rules Committee scheduled a debate on the issue. The House of Representatives then voted on the bill. It passed the House with a vote of 338 to 90. Then it was sent to the Senate A gain the issue of the King holiday had to pass through committees and public hearings before a final vote was taken T here were many who opposed the idea of holiday for Dr. King. America had only honored two individuals with national holidays - George Washington and Christopher Columbus. Many felt that there were other Americans that deserved a national holiday, such as Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy

9. Project Wittenberg
Writings of martin luther, Paul Gerhardt and other lutherans in English translation.Category Arts Literature Poetry In Translation German......Project Wittenberg is an electronic text initiative which converts toelectronic form the writings of martin luther and Other lutherans.
Project Wittenberg
Soli Deo Gloria...
Welcome to Project Wittenberg's Web Site!
Project Wittenberg is home to works by and about Martin Luther and other Lutherans. Here you will find all manner of texts from short quotations to commentaries, hymns to statements of faith, theological treatises to biographies, and links to other places where words and images from the history of Lutheranism live. Project Wittenberg is the first step towards an international electronic library of Lutheranism. As such, we are always adding and changing our sites. This site contains Project Wittenberg texts in final form. For the latest versions of our texts, many of which are still being assembled and refined, drop in at Project Wittenberg's Electronic Lutheran Web More About Project Wittenberg Reverend Bob Smith
Walther Library
Concordia Theological Seminary

10. Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site (National Park Service)
Official National Park Service site. Located in Atlanta, GA.Category Regional North America martin luther King Jr. NHS......martin luther King Jr National Historic Site Located in Atlanta,GA. martin luther King, Jr. Visitor Center (NPS Photo). IN BRIEF
Martin Luther King Jr
National Historic Site Located in Atlanta, GA TRAVEL BASICS CAMPING LODGING
FACILITIES FEES/PERMITS Martin Luther King, Jr. Visitor Center (NPS Photo) IN BRIEF
  • Learn More about the History of the Park DESIGNATIONS
    Martin Luther King, Jr., Historic District - May 2, 1974
    Sweet Auburn Historic District - December 8, 1976

    Events Calendar

    April Remembrance Exhibit

    May Exhibit

    QUICK LINKS Visitor's Guide Teacher's Guide Without Sanctuary Exhibit African American Experience ... main Last Updated: Wednesday, 05-Mar-03 08:31:33
  • 11. TIME 100 Leaders Revolutionaries - Martin Luther King
    TIME Magazine explores the way in which King helped shaped the political and social fabric of the times.

    Teddy Roosevelt

    V.I. Lenin

    Margaret Sanger

    Mao Zedong
    Nelson Mandela

    Martin Luther King He led a mass struggle for racial equality that doomed segregation and changed America forever BY JACK E. WHITE [an error occurred while processing this directive] t is a testament to the greatness of Martin Luther King Jr. that nearly every major city in the U.S. has a street or school named after him. It is a measure of how sorely his achievements are misunderstood that most of them are located in black neighborhoods. Three decades after King was gunned down on a motel balcony in Memphis, Tenn., he is still regarded mainly as the black leader of a movement for black equality. That assessment, while accurate, is far too restrictive. For all King did to free blacks from the yoke of segregation, whites may owe him the greatest debt, for liberating them from the burden of America's centuries-old hypocrisy about race. It is only because of King and the movement that he led that the U.S. can claim to be the leader of the "fr ee world" without inviting smirks of disdain and disbelief. Had he and the blacks and whites who marched beside him failed, vast regions of the U.S. would have remained morally indistinguishable from South Africa under apartheid, with terrible consequence s for America's standing among nations. How could America have convincingly inveighed against the Iron Curtain while an equally oppressive Cotton Curtain remained draped across the South? Page 2 Page 3
    SIDEBAR: What If King Had Lived?

    12. Martin Luther College Welcome Page
    A four year arts college with emphasis on teacher education and pastoral preparation.
    Martin Luther College
    The WELS College of Ministry
    New Ulm, Minnesota
    March 14, Check the MLC MallCam page for weather updates!
    MLC faculty members were instrumental in developing the Heinrich Fleischer Festschrift Click on the link at the side for more information on this famous organ instructor MLC Science Division will host a symposium The Christian, Society, and S cience , April 24-26, 2003. Check the preliminary list of speakers and sectionals. Check out the new MLC Seismograph site. The last Mexico City quake was recorded here in New Ulm by MLC's new seismograph. Check out the recent additions to the elementary education site. Almost all educational forms are now available online.
    Have a question how the budget shortfall affects your admission to MLC? Click here for answers to your questions. MLC Headlines 2003 Grade School Tournaments Information Heinrich Fleischer Festschrift MLC First Semester Honors List (in pdf Acrobat Reader format) Budget Crisis Press Release MLC Science Symposium, The Christian, Society, and Science, April 24-26, 2003.

    13. MLK Day Of Service
    To support MLK Day of Service as 'A Day ON, Not a Day Off', the Corporation for National Service and Category Society Holidays martin luther King Jr. Day...... the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change provides grants to public and nonprofitorganizations to mobilize Americans to observe the martin luther King, Jr

    How to Serve

    Project Tips


    Download the MLK Day of Service Toolkit (570K PDF)
    helps you develop a service project of your own.
    a day ON, not a day off.
    During his lifetime, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. sought to forge the common ground on which people from all walks of life could join together as equals to address important community issues. Service, he realized, was the great equalizer. As he once said, "Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve."
    This January you can be great because you can serve!
    Join thousands of Americans across the country who are honoring the life and work of Dr. King by serving their community on the King holiday.
    This Web site will help you find out how to serve . Or give you tips for creating and enhancing a service project of your own. ... Contact Information Questions specific to the MLK Day of Service may be sent to

    14. The Holiday Zone: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Activities For English Languag
    Includes craft projects and songs for children, as well as writing ideas for older students.
    "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."
    Arts and Crafts Bulletin Board Discussion Topics Language Activities "Lift Every Voice and Sing" Songs for Children Recommended Links You are visitor since 10/1/98. New Year's Day Black History Month Presidents' Day Valentine's Day ... Julie Vickery
    You may use this material freely in your home or classroom; however,
    no portion of the material on this site is to be re-posted, reproduced, or sold without prior permission.

    15. The Martin Luther King You Don't See On TV
    Authors explore the final years of King's life, from 19651968, delving into King's denunciation of the capitalists of the West.
    Media Beat , January 4, 1995
    The Martin Luther King You Don't See On TV
    By Jeff Cohen and Norman Solomon It's become a TV ritual: Every year in mid-January, around the time of Martin Luther King's birthday, we get perfunctory network news reports about "the slain civil rights leader." The remarkable thing about this annual review of King's life is that several years his last years are totally missing, as if flushed down a memory hole. What TV viewers see is a closed loop of familiar file footage: King battling desegregation in Birmingham (1963); reciting his dream of racial harmony at the rally in Washington (1963); marching for voting rights in Selma, Alabama (1965); and finally, lying dead on the motel balcony in Memphis (1968). An alert viewer might notice that the chronology jumps from 1965 to 1968. Yet King didn't take a sabbatical near the end of his life. In fact, he was speaking and organizing as diligently as ever. Almost all of those speeches were filmed or taped. But they're not shown today on TV. Why?

    16. Selected Works Of Martin Luther
    Project Wittenberg archive with English translations and some texts in the original German. Two English Category Society Religion and Spirituality luther, martin Hymns...... Famous Passages From the Writings of martin luther Selected Hymns of martin luther SelectedSermons from martin luther Selected Prayers of martin luther
    Selected Works of Martin Luther
    To The Project Wittenberg Web Home Page
    Table of Contents:
    About Luther:
    Bible Commentaries by Luther

    17. Martin Luther King Day explores ways in which families can celebrate King's birthday meaningfully.

    Hypertext history and biography with information on the people and places in the reformer's life and work.
    A MIGHTY F ORTRESS IS OUR G OD M artin L uther
    For in the righteousness of God is revealed through faith for faith; as it is written, "The one who is righteous will live by faith" Romans 1:17
    Remarks, critique, praise to the Webmaster

    19. The Seattle Times: Martin Luther King Jr.
    Indepth biographical information created to mark the 70th anniversary of King's birth.
    HOME About MLK Perspectives Guestbook
    Learn about this civil-rights leader and his sweeping influence.
    Photo gallery

    Timeline Quiz ... Study guide
    Street-level, student and political perspectives.
    Roadways Across America
    Student essays Class conversations Creating a holiday ... Reflections
    Readers from around the world comment on King's influence and their experiences with race. Read others' thoughts Add your own
    Education projects
    School Guide
    Evaluate schools in the Seattle area. Two Peoples, One Land : Why Israelis and Palestinians are fighting. Understanding the Conflict : Learn about the people of Afghanistan. Black History Month crossword Test your knowledge of these great Americans.
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    20. Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Martin Luther
    Martin Luther
    Themen in Bezug auf Martin Luther:
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