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He was the most influential man of his day. The movement that began with his posting of the 95 Theses reshaped Europe, redirected Christian history, and recovered the truth of God's word. Five hundred years later, what is Luther's legacy? In this volume, R. C. Sproul, Stephen J. Nichols, and 13 other scholars and pastors examine his life, teaching and enduring influence. Meet Martin Luther, the mercurial Reformer who, out of love for the truth and the desire to bring it to light, set the world ablaze.

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So that's why we celebrate that way!

R.C. Sproul has always been one of my favorite Bible teachers. Bob Souer is an outstanding narrator. The best and the best. If your interested in reformation church history or Martin Luther. Then get this book and listen to it. You will listen again.

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A simple man..

Book was pretty good overall. Because of the number of writers there was quite a bit of overlap in stories. I appreciated the time spent on Luther and Calvin. There was two quotes from John Piper in the last chapter... in my opinion that is two too many.