S: Martin Luther. By: Kristin Cheek
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FC: Martin Luther By: Kristin Cheek
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2: Martin Luther was born on November 10, 1483 to Hans and Margaretha Luder. He was born in Eisleben, Saxony, and raised in Mansfeld. He had many favorite activities, but he loved teaching Judaism to others. As he was growing up, he wanted to attend law school to pursue his dreams.
3: When Martin turned 17 years old, he went to the | University of Erfurt. One year later, he received his Bachelor’s Degree in 1502.
4: In 1505, three years later, he received his Master’s degree. Martin, then, enrolled in the law school of that university. A few months later, a lightning bolt struck Martin Luther, which made him drop out of law school and enter the monastery. In 1508, he began teaching theology at
5: the University of Wittenberg. Martin earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies in March of 1508. Martin also earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sentences by Peter Lombard in 1509. In October of 1512, he was conferred to the degree of Doctor of Theology.
6: On June 13, 1525, Martin Luther got married to a former nun, Katharina von Bora, and together they raised
7: six children. Their children’s names were Hans (Johannes), Elisabeth, Magdalena, Martin, Paul, and Margarethe. Martin had many accomplishments and failures in his livelihood. One of his most important accomplishments was that he was the first person to translate and publish the
8: Bible in the common dialect of the German people. One of his most important failures was that he dropped out of law school and entered the monastery all because he was struck by a lightning bolt.
10: Martin Luther had many public works/ written works. Luther’s books explain the settings of the message and show the differences of the books of the Bible to one another.
11: The 95 Theses, Appeal to the German Nobility, The Babylonian Captivity of the Church, The Freedom of a Christian, Luther’s German Bible, On Secular Authority, The Bondage of the Will, Against the Murderous (Thieving Hordes of Peasants), Small and Large Catechisms, On the Jews and their Lies, and many more were all
12: One of Luther's books.
13: A written work by Luther.
14: written works by Martin .
15: His works contained a number of statements that the readers would consider rude or foul. He got his inspirations from God, his parents, and his family. . They supported him the best way they could. Martin did have trouble with God because he felt like God was not there for him and did not listen to him.
16: His favorite quote was this: “The effort to do good works to please God and to serve others through prayer for their souls”. This phrase helped him get through anything he was struggling with. Martin was always open with emotions and frustrations. Martin became devoted to praying long hours, studying passages,
17: scriptures, or messages from the Bible in depth, abstinence, diets, punishing, missions, and admitting constantly of his sins; he was trying to live his best for God and live through him. As time passed by, Martin noticed a difference in himself, and saw that God was more aware of his actions, forgave him, and helped him through
18: situations. He also became enthused towards the Gospel, and he wanted to protect people around him. He believed he would prevent harm from happening since they did not believe or recognize Jesus as their Savior or Messiah. He also believed that parents had a right or duty to direct their children’s marriage opinions/ choices
19: to respect specific matters of faith. | He began to notice a change in himself, as well as everyone around him. He became more confident, passionate, and caring for others.
20: Martin had lived a good, successful life. He had been suffering from ill health for a few years, though, his
21: life had ended on February 18, 1546 from heart failure.
23: Upon his time of death, this is where he lived.