Martin Luther
Martin Luther was a German theologian, and the decisive figure of the Protestant Reformation. He began as an Augustinian friar, but later came to reject the Roman Catholic Church, which resulted in his condemnation and exile. He is noted as one of the most influential religious figures of all time.

Full Name Martin Luther
Who theologian
Birth Date November 10, 1483
Death Date February 18, 1546
Country Germany
Born Eisleben, Germany
Died Eisleben, Germany
Cause of Death stroke
Education University of Erfurt
Father Hans Luder
Mother Margarethe Lindemann Luder
Spouse Katharina von Bora
Siblings Jacob Luther

Hans Luther

Magdalena Luther

Paul Luther

Margarethe Luther

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