A fascinating look at the ideas that founded the Protestant Church
Wittenberg, Germany, 1517: Martin Luther publishes 95 theses criticizing the practices of the Roman Catholic Church. With that one defiant act, a conflict begins--a conflict that will spark the Protestant Reformation and ultimately lead to the division of the Christian church.
This sophisticated book commemorates the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by examining the details of Martin Luther's life and his lasting legacy.
About the Author
Meike Roth-Beck is an author and editor for radio broadcasters and educational publishing houses. Previously, she worked as an adult education teacher and an educator for the Protestant Church in Central Germany. She lives with her family in Eisenach.Klaus Ensikat is one of Germany's most beloved illustrators. His artwork has earned him several awards, including the Hans Christian Andersen Award, which commemorates his lifetime achievements.