Martin Luther was a theologian. If you read the Ninety-Five Theses he reputedly tacked up on the door of Wittenberg’s Schlosskirche in October 1517, it is clear his interest lay in the nature of sin, repentance, absolution, penance, and salvation. Whatever else his wider agenda was – or became – his initial arguments were presented as a scriptural debate on the revealed path to salvation.
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