Martin Luther started the Reformation. This category is for sites about him.
An English translation of the theses of Martin Luther.
Illustrated chronological biography of the reformer, including places where he lived or visited.
Facsimile and text of the homily preached by Johann Bugenhagen at the death of the reformer.
A Catholic criticism of Luther's Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans given at Wittenberg in 1515-1516.
Article from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
Biographical article from the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica. Includes bibliography. Some scanner errors.
Hypertext history and biography with information on the people and places in the reformer's life and work.
Bartleby.com listing with pronunciation, extended biography, related links, and bibliography.
Wikipedia article with comprehensive biography, summaries of noting writings, illustrations, quotes, internal references to related people and topics, and links.
An article on from a Catholic perspective contending that Luther was much more conservative than either his Catholic critics or current Protestants admit.
Biographical information, portrait, and links to related sites, lists of works, and other theologians. From Island of Freedom.
His life from his initial crisis of faith in a storm-wracked forest that led him to become a monk, to his heady confrontation with the great powers of Europe.
Biography, pictures and articles on people and places in his life, articles on related subjects, and links.
ASCII e-text of an extended biography and eulogy of the reformer by his associate and friend Philipp Melanchthon. Translated by T. Frazel and prepared by Steve Sohmer.
Continuation of Melanchthon eulogy, beginning at the Diet of Worms in 1521. Translated by T. Frazel and prepared by Steve Sohmer in 1996.
A simple listing of major events, places, and writings in the life of the Wittenberg reformer.
Detailed chronology, with illustrations, of the events, people, places and texts in Luther's life. Integrated links throughout the four-part time line.
A Harvard Classics entry on the theses, an introductory note, and introductory letter, a protestation and a letter of dedication by Luther.
Devotional and historical summary of the time from Tetzel's selling of indulgences to Luther's excommunication.
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