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Facts on Martin Luther

name: Martin Luther
(click for full biography)
also known as: Martin Luder
born: November 10, 1483 in Eisleben, Germany
died: February 18, 1546 in Eisleben, Germany
buried: Eisleben, Germany
language: German
vocation(s): Monk, priest, professor, theologian, reformer
title(s): Father of the Reformation
turning points: Ordination as monk (1506)
Doctor of Theology (1512)
Religious awakening (c. 1515)
95 Theses (October 31, 1517)
Diet of Augsburg (1518)
Leipzig Disputation (1519)
Excommunication (January 3, 1521)
Diet of Worms (April 17-18, 1521)
Wartburg Castle (April 1521 - March 1522)
Peasants' War (Summer 1524)
Marriage to ex-nun Katerina Von Bora (June 1525)
Diet of Speyer (1526)
Marburg Colloquy (October 1529)
Augsburg Confession (1530)
Religious Peace of Nuremburg (1532)
Wittenberg Concord (1536)
major works: 95 Theses (1517)
Freedom of a Christian (1520)
The Babylonian Captivity of the Church (1520)
To the Christian Nobility of the German Nation (1520)
German New Testament (1522)
Bondage of the Will (1525)
"A Mighty Fortress is our God" (1527)
Large Catechism (1529)
related places: Eisleben, Wittenberg, Leipzig, Worms
related people: Archbishop of Mainz, Albert of Brandenburg, St. Augustine of Hippo, Count Albrecht of Mansfeld, Girolamo Aleandro, Theodor Bibliander, Martin Bucer, Cardinal Cajetan, Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, John Eck of Ingolstadt, Desidirius Erasmus, Frederick the Wise, Count Gebhard of Mansfeld, Jan Hus, Karlstadt, Pope Leo X, Hans Luther, Margarethe Luther, Philipp Melanchthon, Thomas Muntzer, Philip of Hesse, Georg Spalatin, Johann von Staupitz, Johann Tetzel, Gabriel Zwillig, Ulrich Zwingli

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