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Luther: In Real Time

Luther: In Real Time

Ligonier Ministries

Religion & Spirituality, Christianity, History

4.92K Ratings

🗓️ 23 September 2020

⏱️ 2 minutes

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"Condemned. Reprobated. Rejected." A monk by the name of Martin Luther has been declared a heretic by the most powerful man on earth. Luther is left with a choice: will he recant his teachings or stand alone for the truth?

Each episode of this new podcast is released 500 years to the day after the events described, allowing you to walk in Luther's footsteps from his heresy charges to his famous stand for God's Word. The dramatic journey begins on October 10.

Subscribe now to ensure that you receive each episode exactly 500 years after every twist and turn.

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October the 10th, 1520,


Vittenberg, Germany.


A man places a document in the hands of a monk by the name of Martin Luther.


The most powerful person in the world has declared


Luther to be a heretic and Luther has 60 days to recant. I will not be reconciled or communicate with them. They dare and burn my books.


Induse Luther to return to sanity.


If he persists in his madness, take him captive.


Exactly 500 years after the events occurred,


join Martin Luther week by week in real time as his fate


draws closer and closer.


They excommunicate me for the sacrilege of heresy, so I excommunicate them in the name of the sacred truth of God.


He cannot be either safe or honest for a Christian to speak against his conscience.


Here I stand. I often wish that God had called another.


Luther, in real time, a new podcast from Ligonier Ministries.


The clock starts ticking on October the 10th.

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