The guys continue their Wingin’ It series on the life of Martin Luther by exploring his early education. Luther was afforded a good education that prepared him for university. It was rough and, yes, he did get beat a few times, but he emerged fully prepared to take on the rigors of a college education. Of course, it wasn’t just the curriculum that shaped him. The camaraderie with his classmates, the faithfulness of his instructors, and the encouragement of those who saw in him something special shaped the young Luther.
Here’s a brief bibliography on the Life of Martin Luther:
- Martin Luther: A Life by James Nestingen
- Luther the Reformer: The Story of the Man and His Career by James Kittelson
- A Short Life of Martin Luther by Thomas Kaufmann
- Martin Luther: Renegade and Prophet by Lyndal Roper
- Luther: Visionary Reformer by Scott Hendrix
- Here I Stand: The Life of Martin Luther by Roland Bainton
- Luther: Man between God and the Devil by Heiko Oberman
- Brand Luther by Andrew Pettegree
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