Martin Luther: Reformer or Heretic? is a study about the leader of the Reformation that is easily adapted for discussion groups and adult Sunday school classes. Each of the three sections of the book offers discussion questions.
Martin Luther: Reformer or Heretic? is one of the most readable and theologically perceptive short summaries if Martin Luther that I have ever read.
William W. Mountcastle, Jr.
Philosophy and Religious Studies
The University of West Florida
Combined with the author's treatment of Luther's faithfulness to his own Reformation truth, the work is an excellent resource for individual and group study in Christian growth.
Conference Dean, Florida Synod, ELCA
... an outstanding overview of Martin Luther, his early years, his controversy with Rome and the Diet of Worms, and the legacy of his later years.
Clifford D. Herron, Director
Division of Humanities
Okaloosa-Walton Community College
Thomas E. Patten is an associate professor of philosophy and religious studies at Okaloosa-Walton Community College, Niceville, Florida. He holds a bachelor's and master's degrees in interdisciplinary humanities from the University of West Florida.
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