Luther's Ninety-Five Theses

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Fortress Press, Jan 1, 1957 - Religion - 18 pages
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Luther applied his evangelical theology to indulgences. Hoping to find an answer to a practical problem which had disturbed Christians for a long time.
 

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I just had to read one of the most influential writings in human history. Also since I wrote a book called "95 Theses Against the School System", I figured it would be good to read the original 95 Theses. It wasn't what I expected. I was afraid it was going to be really long and perhaps hard to read. In fact, it was really short and many theses are only a sentence in length. My theses were generally a few paragraphs in length. Luther inspired me so it was good to read his book after I posted my 95 Theses. Even though this is an evangelical work, I found it overall to be very powerful and liberating.  

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