500 years ago, Luther brought the world the Book it was waiting for
Geerten Moerkerken, RD
With his "Germanisation" of the Bible, Martin Luther opened the doors to God's Word for the common man 500 years ago. "They should be able to read the Bible as if it had been written yesterday." Luther's life work originated at the Wartburg Castle. He worked hard there, but he probably never threw ink as the story goes.
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