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Martin Luther Confessor of the Faith

In 2000 the American magazine LIFE placed Martin Luther third among the one hundred most important figures of the millennium, following Thomas Edison and Christopher Columbus. LIFE heralded his posting of his Ninety-five Theses as the third most important event of the period, behind Gutenberg’s invention of movable type and Columbus’s landing in the Americas.1 In 2003 a German television network drew more votes than national elections for a contest that found Martin Luther the second greatest German of all time, after Konrad Adenauer.2 Such surveys flaunt their own subjectivity, but nonetheless Luther looms large in the public’s imaginationinpartsoftheWesternworldevenyet.

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