Sunday, December 11, 2016

Here We Stand! With Martin Luther on a Journey

Here we stand! Our new book Martin Luther's Travel Guide. 500 Years of the 95 Theses: On the Trail of the Reformation in Germany by Cornelia Dömer is now for sale. You can get it on Amazon, Barnes&Noble, and independent bookstores. The list price is $14.00, but currently, you can get it at a discount at most sites

This guide takes you to the German landscape where the Reformation took place 500 years ago, to every church, castle, and convent Martin Luther has set foot in. It shows the historic city of Wittenberg, where Luther nailed his ninety-five theses to the door of the Castle Church, it features Eisleben, Mansfeld, and Magdeburg where Luther was born and went to school, Eisenach with the Wartburg Castle, where he translated the Holy Bible into German and threw the ink pot at the devil, and many other cities of the Reformation, from Leipzig to Torgau, where his wife, Katharina von Bora, is laid to rest.

This full-color book gives you everything you want to know about Luther and his day and age, from food and clothing in the Middle Ages to the house of Luther's ancestors—now a Bed&Breakfast—to political fights over who rules Germany. With tips to travel by car and train, hotel recommendations, addresses, phone numbers, websites, and  information on American churches and church services in Germany. The book has 14 maps and 120 full-color pictures. With a preface by Robert Kolb, Missions Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology at the Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri.



Martin Luther's Travel Guide
500 Years of the Ninety-Five Theses: On the Trail of the Reformation in Germany
Cornelia Dömer
ISBN: 978-1-935902-44-7 (print)
ISBN: 978-1-935902-45-4, 978-1-935902-46-1 (ebook)
Dimensions: 8'' x 5'', 176 pages, full color
Release: November 2016

Retail: $ 14.00

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