Martin Luther and Antisemitism

Martin Luther And Antisemitism

Martin Luther (1483–1546), a German Reformation leader, had a significant influence on German antisemitism by his harsh anti-Jewish statements and writings.

Read more about Martin Luther And Antisemitism:  Evolution of His Views, Anti-Jewish Works, The Influence of Luther's Views, Influence On Modern Antisemitism, Debate On Influence On Nazis, Luther's Words and Scholarship, Recent Lutheran Church Responses, See Also

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