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Luther and His World

Graham Tomlin

160 pages
SPCK Group
"An accessible account of Luther, his life, thoughts, writings and all that surrounded him. Tomlin's writing is readable and informative... For most people, this packed-full, not so little, littlebook will be just enough for them to feel that they now 'get' Martin Luther." - Church of England Newspaper One of the towering characters of the Reformation, Martin Luther's actions, beliefs and writings have had an incalculable effect on the lives of millions of people. In this engaging book, Graham Tomlin paints a vivid picture of Luther's life, from his early struggles with faith to his emergence as the leading figure in the Reformation. The man revealed here is obstinate, sensitive, blunt and determined - willing to risk all for his convictions.
Author Bio
Graham Tomlin is Director of St Paul's Theological Centre at Holy Trinity Brompton, London. He was formerly vice principal of Wycliffe Hall theological college in Oxford and tutor in historical theology and evangelism.