Wartburg Castle

Above is the entrance to Wartburg Castle overlooking Eisenach. While Martin Luther was exiled here, he composed his German translation of the New Testament.

Martin Luther

Movement Magisterial Reformation
Born Eisleben, 1483
Died Eisleben, 1546
Significance Leader of the Protestant Reformation in Germany. His posting of the 95 Theses on the door of the Wittenberg castle church is often considered the beginning point of the Reformation.
Works The 95 Theses
Luther's Small Catechism
Assorted Luther Sermons
Luther's Table Talk
Luther's Large Catechism
The German Mass and Order of Divine Service
Hymns A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
Christ Jesus Lay in Death's Strong Bands
All Praise to Jesus' Hallowed Name
Out of the Deep I Cry to Thee
That Man a Godly Life Might Live
Critiques by Luther Luther on the Papacy
Luther on Melanchthon, Erasmus, Luther, and Karlstadt
Luther on Johann Eck
Luther on Philosophy and Johann Eck
Critiques of Luther Thomas Müntzer Critiques Luther
Luther on Melanchthon, Erasmus, Luther, and Karlstadt
Grebel Attacks Luther's Resistance to Reform
Anna Bijns On Luther and the Peasants
Osiander's Comment after Martin Luther's Death
See also Home | Index of People | Magisterial Reformation | Martin Luther Chronology | Martin Luther Links | Martin Luther Theologies | Martin Luther Album

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