Martin Luther is one of early Christianity's most
important and pivotal leaders. From his early
years to the Protestant Reformation, you will
discover the views and experiences which led to
his excommunication by the Pope in 1520.
book recounts detailed correspondence and the
accounts that shed further light on Luther's
dispute with the Catholic Church, primarily over
the sale of Indulgences supposedly able to avoid
punishment of sin.
You will also learn why
Luther defiantly chose to translate the Bible from
Latin to the language of the common man so they
would read Biblical truth for themselves.
Luther was often visionary and defiantly confident
that his actions were correct, the 'Life of
Luther' is a fascinating and important historical
account you won't want to miss!
book was printed to look old and worn from heavy
reading, as was the original book which New Leaf
The life of Peter comes closer to us than any of his fellow apostles. Drawn from the ranks of ordinary fishermen in an obscure village on the Lake of Galilee, Peter is so human, so much like one of us in his weaknesses. Strong, fiery, impulsive and self-assertive, Peter could be consumed with passion one moment, then cold as the snows of Lebanon the next.
Only the Savior could discover the apostle in Simon Peter, and His patience drew out the latent qualities of Peter's character. If the Master could do so much for the flawed Peter, what might He do in our lives?
This major biography traces the dramatic life of William Tyndale, the first person to translate the Bible into English from the original Greek and Hebrew, and discusses the profound religious, literary, intellectual, and social implications of his immense achievement. Tyndales masterful translation formed the basis of all English bibles, including the "King James Bible," and made significant and lasting contributions to the English language. In this time of End of the Age Apostasy, we need to go back to the giants of the Fundamental faith to see how they lived their lives, prayed effectively, and produced the great spiritual fruit in their lives! As the Apostle Paul used to say: "Imitate me".