Luther commented to Spalatin: I have seen the admirable words of our Most Illustrious Prince to our Lord the Legate of Rome. Good God, with what joy I read them and read them over again! [Here I Stand, by Roland Bainton]
Mat 10:26 “So have no fear of them, for nothing is covered that will not be revealed, or hidden that will not be known.
One of the primary purposes of this blog ministry is to provide abuse victims with vindication. Martin Luther knew the power of it. The object of all kinds of wicked conspiracies for daring to take on the principalities and powers of the Roman church, Luther was scorned and maligned and falsely accused. So when his prince, Frederick the Wise, defended him and refused to permit Luther to be handed over to probable execution in Rome, Luther read Frederick’s words to the Pope’s emissary (Cajetan I…
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