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Martin Luther The Great Reformer by J A Morrison Martin Luther The Great Reformer is a story told by others who knew this great man named Martin Luther Some of these people followed him while others wanted to persecute him because he dared to challenge the church and its practices This book is an account of Martin Luthers life and how he came to the realization that the Roman Catholic Church had some reforming to do This book also speaks of all the trails and misunderstandings that Martin Luther had throughout his life as a monk and the rebellion against the Roman Church The author explains Martins life as a child who spent most of his childhood in Germany His family was not wealthy but they were a devoted and religious people They taught Martin about the most important thing on Earth and that is to know God and to do His will That is exactly what Martin Luther did later on in his life When Martin grew older he became a monk in the Catholic Church and earned his way up in rank through devotion prayer and hard work Martin soon became a priest within the Catholic Church Martin was a firm believer in Gods word and soon began teaching others in the classroom As Martin continued to read and study his Bible he started questioning some of his Churchs beliefs and practices As he continued to read the Bible he started to see certain discrepancies between Gods written Word and the Catholic Churchs practices He started to see the truth that was written in Gods Word Martin began telling friends about these discrepancies in beliefs but his friends told him to leave it alone and drop it Martin however would not leave it alone and made it his lifes goal to change this misunderstanding of Gods Word He wanted to show the
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