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The Making of Martin Luther

Richard Rex

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Princeton University Pres
05 November 2019
Biography: religious & spiritual; European history; Religion & beliefs; Protestantism & Protestant Churches
A major new account of the most intensely creative years of Luther's career The Making of Martin Luther takes a provocative look at the intellectual emergence of one of the most original and influential minds of the sixteenth century. Richard Rex traces how, in a concentrated burst of creative energy in the few years surrounding his excommunicat
By:   Richard Rex
Imprint:   Princeton University Pres
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 216mm,  Width: 140mm, 
ISBN:   9780691196862
ISBN 10:   0691196869
Pages:   296
Publication Date:   05 November 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Primary ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Richard Rex is professor of Reformation history at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of Queens' College. His books include Tudors: The Illustrated History and Henry VIII and the English Reformation.

Reviews for The Making of Martin Luther

A remarkable piece of writing that will have an enduring influence. With shrewd and canny insights, powerful prose, and wit, Richard Rex offers a persuasive and provocative tour through the early years of the Reformation. -Bruce Gordon, author of John Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion : A Biography The Making of Martin Luther is a nice jumping-off point for Luther scholarship, whether you're a believer/theologian or a secularist/agnostic/atheist. -Manhattan Book Review Readable, free of jargon, and entertaining. -Bradley A. Peterson, Reading Religion A remarkably sympathetic portrait of the Reformer, and it is possibly the best concise study of Luther's early reforming career that I have read. -Carl R. Trueman, First Things Brilliant. -Melanie McDonagh, The Spectator


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