Luther and the Jews Paperback

Putting right the dark side of Luther's legacy

by Richard S. Harvey;

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Luther and the Jews

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In 1517 a young monk, Martin Luther, nailed 95 Theses to the door of a church, challenging the accepted teachings and practice of the Catholic Church, and sparked a religious revolt, with a radical restatement of Christianity.

Luther was a man of vision, and courage.

He was however also profoundly anti-Semitic, and his sermons and comments against the Jews were reprinted by Adolf Hitler, in support of his policy of exterminating Jews.

With the 500th anniversary in prospect, it is time to examine what the dark side of the Lutheran legacy; what he said, the impact it had, and what Catholics, Protestants and Jews alike can now do to heal the divisions he fostered so terribly.

After reviewing Luther's words and deeds, Richard considers their ongoing impact, before debating what needs to be done to heal the wounds of the past. What would reconciliation really look like?

Luther and the Jews by Richard S. Harvey was published by Lion Hudson Plc in September 2016. The ISBN for Luther and the Jews is 9780857215727.

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Page last updated 23rd March 2017
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherLion Hudson Plc (September 2016)
Number of Pages224
Height198 mm
Width130 mm
Product Code4448880
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