A man of conscience: Luther's Reformation

A man of conscience: Luther's Reformation

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A man of conscience: Luther's Reformation

A man of conscience: Luther's Reformation

In 1517 Martin Luther, a thirty-four-year old professor at the University of Wittenberg, wished to reform the Catholic Church. He embarked on his mission as a “poor, miserable, contemptible friar” going against the majesty of the Pope. His certainty about the truth of his beliefs laid the foundation for a new church and the Protestant Reformation.


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Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Athens

A tour by

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Athens

A tour by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Athens on the occasion of 500 years since the Reformation.

Phone: +30 210 7285 111

Email: info@athen.diplo.de

Website: http://www.griechenland.diplo.de


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