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[MARTINHO LUTERO] AUTOR: Lucas Cranach, o Velho DATA: c. 1532 FONTE: Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET)

Lucas Cranach d. - Bildnis des Martin Luther, 1532 - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Martin Luther, father of Christianity's Protestant Reformation.  Painted c. 1532 in the workshop of Lucas Cranach the Elder in Dresden.  Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Martin Luther (1483–1546)

Martin Luther atelier van Lucas Cranach de Oude NOTES: Luther's history: Relics & Saints do not hold power; transubstantiation (Duits, © Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Marthin Luther 1483 The father of the Protestant Reformation. He wrote the 95 Theses and it got quickly passed around because of the recently new Gutenberg printing press.

Martin Luther - Founder of the Protestant Religion, he posted his 95 Theses on the door of the Whittenberg church and began the Reformation.

Portrait of Martin Luther 1543 Lucas Cranach the Elder Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg

Philipp Melanchthon (1497-1560), who became a professor of Greek in Wittenberg at the age of 21, was Martin Luther’s closest associate and a major Protestant theologian in his own right.r, Melanchthon was a brilliant scholar, known as "the teacher of Germany."

Philipp Melanchthon who became a professor of Greek in Wittenberg at the age of was Martin Luther’s closest associate and a major Protestant theologian in his own right.r, Melanchthon was a brilliant scholar, known as "the teacher of Germany.

MARTIN LUTHER...“In truth, you cannot read too much in Scripture,  and what you read you cannot read too carefully,  and what you read carefully you cannot understand too well, and what you understand well you cannot teach too well, and what you teach well you cannot live too well.”  (10 November 1483

“In truth, you cannot read too much in Scripture, and what you read you cannot read too carefully, and what you read carefully you cannot understand too well, and what you understand well you…

Martin Luther

Martin Luther stood up to the Church, speaking against their corruption. The state of the Church in the Middle Ages shows that power can corrupt even the most faithful.

Philip Melanchthon

Philip Melanchthon

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