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In this series, R.C. Sproul provides a thorough introduction to the life and thought of Martin Luther. With an eye to the lessons we can learn today, Dr. Sproul traces the major events of Luther’s life and explores the gospel recovered by Luther and the other Protestant Reformers.

©2013 Ligonier Ministries (P)2013 Ligonier Ministries

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I can't wait to hear this one again!

So much information packed into a short lecture series. The kind of lecture where is like to take notes not just listen!

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Great listen on reformation

Wish they cut out the Ligonier plug at end of each chapter, and also wish it continued, but overall a great listen

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Enjoyable. Historical. Theological.

I especially enjoyed learning about justification from a Catholic vs. Protestant standpoint. Thanks Dr. Sproul.

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Justification

I never really understood the difference between the Roman Catholic view of justification before God and the Reformed view of faith alone for justification before God. This was a great help to begin the labor of understanding. Thanks