Martin Luther

  • Martin Luther: Whether One May Flee From A Deadly Plague
    Martin Luther: Whether One May Flee From A Deadly Plague
    Read in full the famous reformer’s advice on Christian faithfulness amid pandemics like the coronavirus.
  • Martin Luther Helps Us See Divine Love in Pandemic Suffering
    Martin Luther Helps Us See Divine Love in Pandemic Suffering
    The German reformer would call COVID-19 an "alien work of God."
  • Pastors, Printers, and the Priesthood of Believers
    Pastors, Printers, and the Priesthood of BelieversSubscriber Access Only
    Without the ministry of skilled printers, Reformers may never have found their voice.
  • CT ArchivesMany of the Christians We Remember Faced Pain and Sickness
    Many of the Christians We Remember Faced Pain and Sickness
    For Charles Spurgeon, Florence Nightingale, Mother Teresa, and more, disease defined how they knew God.
  • What Martin Luther Teaches Us About Coronavirus
    What Martin Luther Teaches Us About Coronavirus
    Is it faithful to flee an epidemic? German reformer’s reflection on the plague can guide Christians in China and everywhere the virus has spread.
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  • Are You More Loving Than God?
    Are You More Loving Than God?Subscriber Access Only
    Let's be real. Many of us think we can do it better.
  • Mothers of the Reformation
    Mothers of the Reformation
    These early Protestant women saw Luther’s priesthood of all believers as reason to write and teach the Reformation.
  • Luther: The Musician
    Luther: The Musician
    The great reformer did more than write theology.
  • Lovers, Fighters, and the World They Made
    Lovers, Fighters, and the World They Made
    Alec Ryrie explores the emotional bonds that have held the Protestant family together for 500 years.
  • Don’t Blame Martin Luther for the Evils of the Modern World
    Don’t Blame Martin Luther for the Evils of the Modern World
    Brad Gregory follows the bouncing balls of post-Reformation history—but loses sight of who set them in motion.