On the Quincentennial of Luther's 95 theses, Steve Pfaff discusses how Luther's spiritual practice helped spread the Reformation.

Luther

On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther tacked his 95 theses on the door of the church at Wittenberg Castle.   Luther's critique of Catholic theology and practice set off a religious upheaval and lead to the Protestant Reformation.  On the 500th anniversary of this defiant act, Professor Steve Pfaff and his co-author Marion Goldman describe how Luther’s personal life and spiritual practice played a key role in shaping his message and drawing enthusiastic support from ordinary people.  Read more about their argument in The Conversation

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